The USC Libraries have published a 2020 Election Guide, showcasing a focused set of resources on voter registration, local and national elections, polling, and reliable sources of election-related news and topics.
The guide, which you can you can find here, is intended to complement and support the efforts detailed in President Folt’s September 22 message about voter registration, including the work of USC Dornsife’s Center for the Political Future and VoteSC.
The guide includes resources for faculty, students, staff, and the community, such as electoral college maps, voter guides, citizen literacy lesson plans, and legislative information. The USC Libraries are committed to providing access to information, and to fostering the skills and tools to evaluate and use it for academic and civic purposes alike. We do not endorse any candidate, party, or legislation.
We’ll also be publishing a news post after each presidential and vice-presidential debate, pointing the USC community to library resources where they can learn more about issues being discussed.