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The FEC is an independent agency that oversees and reports out on campaign financing. Use the Campaign Fiance Disclosure Portal as "a single point of entry to campaign finance data. You'll find easy-to-navigate maps and charts that display the campaign finance data you're most interested in. You'll also find many search tools that will help you through our data sources. You can download many of these data sets to perform your own analyses."
A comprehensive website run by the University of Virginia’s Center for Politics, Larry J. Sabato’s Crystal Ball features detailed and frequently updated analysis for elections across the country. The Crystal Ball keeps tabs on presidential elections, along with every Senate and gubernatorial race, as well as the tightest campaigns for the House.
Sponsored by Rutgers University this is an excellent site for women and politics. One section has current and historical information on women candidates, election results, etc. Other areas include news and analysis, and links to other major sites.
This work brings together registration data on African American voters from Colonial America to 2012. It features election returns for African American presidential, senatorial, congressional, and gubernatorial candidates.
ANES (American National Election Studies) is a survey conducted by leading scholars of political behavior of voters during each general election. This websites offers an archive of datasets from 1952 to 2008. All of the datasets are free.
You can find some of the information already gathered and organized in the Guide to Public Opinion and Election Behavior found in the Utilities tab.
Polling the NationsPolls from a variety of sources including Gallup, the Pew Center, Zogby International, major newspapers, and more, providing an opportunity to analyze trends, compare attitudes and contrast behavior on more than 6,000 topics.
Get data from US presidential elections, 1976-2008. Also, the popular vote statistics from 1940-2008 presidential elections, and exit poll data from 1972-2010.
Voting America: United States Politics, 1840-2008Interactive Maps based on statistics from U.S. presidential elections, 1840-2008. Users can see a comparison of variables across time or explore a single election. From the University of Richmond.
State and Federal Government Statistics and Reports