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Online Resources

Kaiser Family Foundation Election 2000 Resources
Election Sites
Media Organizations’ Election Sites
Political Resources
Political Organization Sites
Women and the 2000 Election
Websites for Women
Statistics and Polls
Additional Resources

Kaiser Family Foundation Election 2000 Resources

League of Women Voters – Join the Debate: Your Guide to
Health Issues in the 2000 Election
(PDF Format)

National Survey on Health Care and the 2000 Elections

The Public, Managed Care, and Consumer Protection (PDF Format)

Election Sites

Federal Election Commission
Freedom Channel: video views of candidates
Voter.com: informational database on elections

Media Organizations’ Election Sites

ABC News
CBS News
CNN
C-SPAN
Fox News
MSNBC
National Public Radio
New York Times
Newsweek
Rock the Vote: MTV sponsored site for voters
Time
US News & World Report
USA Today
Washington Post

Political Resources

Almanac of American Politics 2000

Center for American Women and Politics: women and the 2000 election
Center for American Women and Politics: women in politics

Democracy Net: an interactive site that provides voter information

Vote-Smart: a national library of political information

Women Vote: directory of political resources for women

Women Vote: a voting guide

Political Organization Sites

Democratic National Committee
League of Women Voters
National Federation of Republican Women
National Foundation for Women Legislators
National Political Coalition of Black Women
Reform Party
Republican National Committee

Women and the 2000 Election

Oxygen Election 2000
Shewire Election 2000
Women Candidates 2000
Women.com Election 2000

Statistics and Polls

ABC News
CNN
The Gallup Organization
Newsweek
The Pew Research Center
The Roper Center for Public Opinion Research
Time
Washington Post
Women.com

Websites for Women

ivillage.com: a network for women
Oxygen: a site dedicated to women
Women Online Worldwide
Women.com: connecting women in business

Additional Resources

“Gender Dynamics in Congressional Elections” by Richard Logan Fox

“The Gender Wild Card” by Jon Ann Steinmetz

History of the American Suffrage Movement with selections from the National American Women Suffrage Association Collection 1848 – 1921

“Surveying Women Voters” – An interview with Emily’s List president, Ellen Malcolm

“Unfair Campaign Coverage of Women?” by Marie C Wilson, President; Barbara Wasserman, Executive Director, The White House Project

“Women and Campaign Contributions” a study by Oxygen.com

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