ITNs 10th Anniversary: 1998 - 2008

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-Walter McKenzie

Elections 2008
Volume 10, Issue 8 - April 2008

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Walter McKenzie
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This month's topic:

Elections 2008

Consider the possibilities for your students.....

Administration and Cost of Elections (ACE) Project
America Votes 2008
The American Presidency
Annenberg Classroom
Ben's Guide to Elections
By the People
Campaign 08
Campaign Contributions by State
Candidate Foreign Policy Tracker
Cast Your Vote
Center for Economic and Policy Research
CSPAN Classroom
CSPAN Election 2008
Debating Our Destiny
Decision 2008
Disconnected: Politics, the Press and the Public
Dumb Laws
Election Central
Election Central 2008
Election Co-nection
Election Connection 2008
eLections: Your Adventure in Politics
Electoral College
Federal Election Commission
First Read
Gallup's Top 10
Generation Engage
The Green Papers
History and Politics Out Loud
History of Presidential Elections
Kids Voting USA
The Living Room Candidate
National Immigration Forum
National Student Parent Mock Election
New York Times
NPR Election 2008
Open Secrets
PBS News Hour Elections 2008
Pew Research Center Election 08
Presidents of the United States
Project Vote Smart
Road to the White House
Scholastic Elections 2008
Thirty Second Candidate
Truveo 2008 Election Videos
US Election Polls
USA Today 2008 Elections Coverage
Washington Post
Weekly Reader Election Coverage
You Decide 2008

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