The flow of information in the lead-up to the U.S. presidential election is becoming more intense every day. And being informed is an essential in allowing you to exercise your democratic right to vote.
Do yourself a favor, do broader society a favor, and get all the information here to build your own opinion and go out and vote.
In order to keep up with all the latest news about your favorite candidates, we’ve collected the 10 best blogs about the U.S. election 2016.
You can make your own predictions for the 2016 election and map which states are leaning in which direction. In addition to that, “270towin” offers the latest political updates and an ipad app (0.99$) for all the important stuff you need to know before you vote.
In 2008 Nate Silver started “FiveThirtyEight” (the number of electors in the United States electoral college). Since then, it has became a reliable source for the latest updates not only for politics, but for sports and economics. With a unique method of weighting the polls, it has delivered precise forecasts and made its way towards becoming one of the best political blogs out there.
Do you want a good overview of all the candidates running for the presidency? The NYT offers detailed information, quotes and a map on the path to victory for each candidate. All this, and it also comes with related content from the NYT. You won’t miss anything about your favorite candidate if you keep an eye out here.
This non-profit organization helps all to prepare for elections, especially the younger generation. What you’ll find here: How to register for voting, the nearest polling places, and all information about political issues. Plus: a Tumblr blog and various opportunities on how to become a volunteer in the latest political events.
This site offers you an interesting service: You need to answer a set of questions about your political views and ideals, and in return, it provides you with the candidates who align most closely with your views. Click on the report and get more details about your candidates, and how the organizations behind the rating of this website see that candidate.
You want to know whether the latest comment from Hillary Clinton is valid? If Carson’s statements in his recent interview are true or false? Hop over to FactCheck.org and check out the latest statements from your favorite candidates.
“Political People” is a real blog with real opinions from different kinds of people. You’ll find comments here, as well as thoughts on the latest election news. Here you’ll find stories from a man who turned from Republican to Bernie Sanders supporter, or thoughts about a latino president.
A Tumblr that keeps up with its promise, offering lot’s of cartoons and caricatures. It’s not only about the U.S. election, but here you’ll also find great cartoons and drawings. Definitely a place worth checking out.
If you want to follow live video footage, these are the apps for you. Both are suitable for Android and iOS, and if you’re following the right politicians and journalists, you’ll most likely get some great live footage with new statements.