Election 2016 – Let’s find out more!

The election is coming up soon and if you are looking for ways to find information about your national and local candidates and issues the library can help.

We have a number of online resources from EBSCO that contain information about the election:

  • Academic Search Complete – a wide variety of articles from newspapers, magazines and news stories about the candidates. There are recent articles as well as historical information.
  • Business Source Complete – information about the candidates from the business perspective.
  • Newspaper Source Plus – coverage from national and international newspapers
  • Regional Business News – information about the candidates from the business perspective
  • You can search the resources all at once by going to Explora Research. The number of results can be overwhelming so you can also search the resources individually.

In addition, we have other online resources that are helpful:

The Denver Business Journal, available within our libraries, has information on local ballot initiatives and candidates.

You can read New York Times articles about national election issues.

If you need more information about issues being debated by the candidates, Opposing Viewpoints in Context has information on a variety of topics from multiple perspectives.

Go to the polls, or mark your ballot at home, confident that you have the information you need!

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