Look no further than your Library’s e-resource collection for reliable and hopefully unbiased election coverage!
Start with Opposing Viewpoints in Context, where articles on “National Debate Topics” and “Law and Politics” are already grouped and waiting for you. A search for presidential election or a specific candidate will find you audio from NPR, videos from the NYTimes.com, and many other results from trust-worthy sources.
The Academic Search: Main Edition and Biography in Context databases are a great place to find academic journals and other sources on the potential nominees.
Lastly, try OverDrive for e-books and e-audio. Materials for Donald Trump, Hilary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Ted Cruz can be found as well as a variety of books on politics. (Hint: use Browse All Subjects to find Politics)
Rob Kalchthaler – Bethel Park Public Library
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Great info. We’ll share it with our patrons!
This is a great reminder–and so timely. I wish all voters would use these resources before they vote.
Great and timely tips!
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