Researching US government? Search for congresspeople by zip code or state. You may search for a bill by number or title. You can look for committees, write your representative or senator, or research a candidates voting record.
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Library of Congress
Library of Congress website has an almost infinite amount of information to peruse and use. General fields of information include copyright office, American Memory (America's story in words, sounds and pictures), online exhibitions, and much more.
NAD Social Studies Curriculum Guide 9-12
Grade 9-Grade 12
This curriculum guide was designed for teachers of Grades 9-12 Social Studies courses. It includes rationale, goals, skills list, and a scope and sequence for each major subtopic: US Government, US History, World History, World Geography, Economics, Multicultural...
U.S. House of Representatives
All the Internet-published U.S. House of Representatives' information is here and includes: Schedules, Who's Who & How To Contact Them, & Empowering the Citizen. Also includes up to the minute business of the day, legislative process information, bill...
USA Democratic National Committee
The USA Democratic National Committee Website. An obviously partisan site with links to news bulletins on both candidates and position statements on the Democratic nominee for USA Presidency campaigns. This site would be good to look at in conjunction with the Republican National Committee website to evaluate campaign rhetoric.
Washington Post Politics
Grade 7-Grade 12
Washington Post's USA 2016 election coverage includes latest headlines and a search function to search for specific candidates' websites and political ads. An excellent current US politics source.