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Union Votes! Civic Engagement Initiative: Elections

A guide for resources and information about voting and the 2020 Election.

2020 Presidential Election

Election Information Sources - websites

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A Little History

The National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center unites America’s leading scholars from diverse legal and philosophical perspectives to explore the text, history, and meaning of the U.S. Constitution.

Article 1, Section 2 and Expansion of the Right to Vote