Political Parties and PACs
Resources for Candidates
Resources for Ballot Initiative Campaigns
Resources for Voters
Campaign Desk, Columbia Journalism Review
Communications Program, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Federal Election Commission
Institute for Policy, Democracy and the Internet (IPDI): George Washington University and the Pew Charitable Trusts
Massachusetts Women's Political Caucus Campaign School
National Center for Digital Government (NCDG), Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University
Political Resources On-Line
Women's Campaign School at Yale University
For an excellent up-to-date comprehensive list of schools that offer political science degrees that can be obtained online, see the Web site Political Science Degree: Guide to Online Political Science Degrees. A hat tip to the site's creator and maintainer.
State and local resources
Don't Just Stand There--Run! A Candidate's Guide to the 2004 State Election: Published by the Secretary of the Commonwealth, William Francis Galvin. A pdf file, but well worth the time to download.
Let us know at
when your campaign site is up and running, and we'll link to it here. Also, send us campaign event information, and we'll post that too.
Page last updated February 02, 2011