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Library Display: 2020 - September - Voting, Voter Rights, and Elections

Library Display

CUNY voting logo

Visit CUNY's voting website for resources on how to register to vote: 

Registration deadline is 10/9/2020 for the 2020 elections.

Opposing Viewpoints voting laws page

Opposing Viewpoints (Gale)

Opposing Viewpoints provides information about contemporary social issues, some controversial. It features full text articles, topic overviews, primary source documents, statistics, images and podcasts, and links to websites.

There are a number of topics related to voting, voter rights, and elections in Opposing Viewpoints.

cover of Campaigning to the New American Electorate : Advertising to Latino Voters book

Check the library's catalog OneSearch for ebooks about voting, voting rights, and elections.

The website for the documentary Rigged: The Voter Suppression Playbook has resources and information on combating voter suppression, as well as the link to watch the movie at home.

screenshot of library guide to voting resources

Voting and Election Information

QCC LIbrary's collection of resources for registering to vote, working against voter suppression, and making informed election decisions.

New York Times (Current Subscription Publication)

This is the page that will allow you to access or subscribe to The New York Times. It will provide the most current edition of The New York Times. It is not a searchable database.

The New York Times features extensive coverage of politics and the 2020 elections.

image of Demand the Vote website

Demand the Vote collects information on voting and voting laws and regulations in each U.S. state.

cover of Uncounted book

While print books like this are not currently available in the QCC library, check your local public library for print or ebooks.