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Wikipedia is great and I have used it for all my scenarios.

Google is fantastic though I have never used the image search! :huh: thanks alot for that Kerry-Edwards! :D

For Canadian elections I go to canoe.ca, cbc.ca and www.parl.gc.ca. Or this cool site: http://home.ican.net/~alexng/can.html.

When researching candidates positions on the issues I go to www.issues2000.org its a fantastic resource!

When obtaining data from countries I go to either Wikipedia or the CIA FACTBOOK.

What about books? :huh:

The Routledge Historical Atlas of Presidential Elections is superb and I really recommend going out and buying it. It covers all US presidential elections, discusses the personalities, issues and Electoral divisons of the time. It only costs $20 US and I seriously recommend getting it if you are interested in US elections. :)

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