If today's primary election has got you thinking more about politics, come on over to the Upper Arlington Reference Department to find resources covering American election results.
Highlighted Print Resources:
- America Votes provides statistical information on elections state by state. The Reference Department’s volumes cover 1978 to 2012.
- Guide to U.S. Elections contains a wide range of statistical and narrative information on topics such as political party nominees and convention chronologies from 1831 to 2008.
- History of American Presidential Elections, 1789 – 2008 has overviews, chronologies, and statistics on every American presidential election up to 2008.
- Voter Turnout in the United States 1788 – 2009 covers voter turnout statistics for presidential and congressional general and primary elections, midterm elections, and off-year elections.
In addition to our print resources, you can also check out the United States Census Bureau’s Voting and Registration page. There you can time tables of historical voting trends and other reports about American voting behavior.
Be sure to check out the Reference Department's many print resources in addition to our electronic subscription databases if you wish to find further information on American politics or any reference subject. We are here to serve you!