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Presidential Elections and Election Law: Introduction

Introduction

U.S. presidential elections, rather than occurring every four years, have become pervasive, never-ending affairs.  As soon as one campaign ends, political "junkies" and media types start eyeballing candidates for the next election and potential candidates start jockeying for position.  It seems like we never get a break anymore; there are websites, blogs and even television shows that are constantly talking politics. 

Since these presidential elections usually lead to changes in our laws and sometimes in our institutions, this guide enumerates some of the books, websites, databases, journals and blogs one can refer to in preparation for the next presidential election or studying previous campaigns and elections.

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