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The National Council For Social Studies
WWW Links on The 2000 US Elections
This web site contains links to all of the major news organizations. It is a complete resource for following the election results. Links to individual state races are lower on the Web, White & Blue web page.
Yahoo is a web directory with a complete set of links to a variety of political and election resources.
The League of Women Voters
These women are on top of the election news. Their web site has a variety of election and political web sites for your bookmarks file.
MTV's Rock The Vote
Need a hipper view of the election? Visit MTV's Rock The Vote site.
PBS: The Democracy Project
The Public Broadcasting Service provides election results, media analysis, discussion areas, and an early look at the 2000 presidential race. Mr. Cassutto wrote two lesson plans for the Democracy Project:
Vote-Smart's Election Returns
Project Vote-Smart is a non-profit, non-partisan watchdog group that tracks the activities of Congress and its constituent members. Their Election 1998 web page contains links to many local news organizations as well as state-by-state coverage. A visit to their web site is well worth the time to investigate.
Sailor's Maryland Election Page
The Maryland Library Information system, called Sailor, maintains a page dealing with all the races in the state of Maryland.
Western Maryland Races
NBC Affiliate WHAG maintains a web site with full local election coverage
The local newspaper of the Hagerstown area, the Herald Mail will have all the local results.
Howdy neighbor! If you are visiting from our neighbor to the east in Frederick County, Maryland, you may want to check races at the Frederick News-Post!
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