- Project Vote Smart: http://www.vote-smart.org/
- Annenberg Political Fact Check: http://www.factcheck.org/
- WatchBlog: http://www.watchblog.com/
- On the Issues: http://www.issues2000.org/default.htm
- eJournal Elections Guide: http://usinfo.state.gov/journals/itdhr/1004/ijde/ijde1004.htm
- United States Elections (Electoral Process; etc.): http://usinfo.state.gov/products/pubs/election04/
- Experts on Elections (audio clips and transcripts): http://usinfo.state.gov/dhr/democracy/elections/audio.html
- Other Political Resources - United States: http://www.politicalresources.net/usa1.htm
- Punk Voter (for the 18-24 yr old crowd): http://www.punkvoter.com/
- Vote Loud (collection of non-partisan resources): http://www.voteloud.org/
- John Kerry: www.johnkerry.com
- George W. Bush: www.georgewbush.com
This is in no way an exhaustive list, of course. Nor do I necessarily present the absolute best sites. I just can't do that because I just don't know what "the best" sites are in this regard. I can only pass along what I have found so far. Oh, and I do hope I didn't list too many sites run by partisan groups. Believe me: I really was aiming for broad views here ... instead of trying to burden you with yet another opinion from someone you don't know. There is a lot of material on the sites listed here. I have not (yet) read it all. So I urge you to exercise vigilance and carefully evaluate everything you read (or listen to). If you get lazy and/or careless, then you will be sucked into someone's hype and you will close off your mind. And that, my friends, contributes to the decline and demise of not only our political process, but our country as well.
(Whoops! I snuck a little commentary in here after all!).