The Daytona State College Library has developed an Election 2018 Research Guide that allows users to keep track of political news, issues, candidates and activities leading up to state and national mid-term elections in November.
“This is a bipartisan and general information resource developed by our librarians,” said DSC’s Emerging Technology Librarian Anibal Delgado Gonzalez. “It will serve as a useful guide for Daytona State students, staff and the general public to find credible, scholarly and useful research.”
The site features voter registration and polling guides as well as information about current political issues such as the economy, education, foreign policy, abortion and the environment; links to candidate websites; fact-checking sites; political news feeds and satire from a variety of sources. It also links to the Florida Division of Elections, where visitors can research state candidates, review proposed Constitutional amendments, learn about political parties, incumbent voting records and find contact information for current state representatives.
To visit the site, click here.
For more information, please contact the DSC library research assistance desk: (386) 506-3518 or email [email protected].