Libraries launch election resource guide
Posted: Oct 23, 2020
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The University of Maryland’s Libraries just launched the Election 2020 Research Guide, a new resource researched and curated by knowledgeable Library faculty and staff to help UMD voters navigate the 2020 presidential race.
The guide is subdivided into sections that can help voters at every stage of the often confusing and contentious democratic process: there’s a section for voting at UMD, for the university’s policies on protest and demonstration, for voting in Maryland and other states, as well as resources on various candidates and issues, and information on voter protection and more. You’ll also find useful information about what to expect on election night and how to cope with this election cycle.
Access to the guide is free — just click here to use it.