PUL debuts 2022 midterm elections guide

The word vote on red white and blue paint splatters

In preparation for the 2022 U.S. midterm elections, Jeremy Darrington, Politics Librarian at Princeton University Library, created a guide to resources for understanding and voting in the elections.

The 2022 U.S. Midterm Elections guide is divided into four sections covering voting resources, campaign news, candidate communications (including social media), and Congress member and district profiles. Darrington narrowed the field down to a handful of resources for each topic, many of which are freely accessible to users around the world. “For people wanting info on how or where to vote and what’s on the ballot, “How to Vote” and “Vote 411” are top picks,” Darrington said. “‘Voxgov’ and ‘Midterm Monitor’ are useful tools for exploring and comparing how candidates are talking about the issues and each other.”

For more information about the Library’s politics resources, contact or schedule an appointment with Jeremy Darrington.

Published on October 19, 2022

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