Federal Digital System A comprehensive Government Printing Office site which offers links to the Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, Congressional Record and other important sources.
USA.gov The government's most robust search engine giving access to thousands of web sites.
1909 Checklist Provides access to a plethora of government information from 1789-1909.
APA Guide to Citing Government Documents
Presidents of the United States This site offers background information, election results, cabinet members, and notable events about each president.
U.S. Congress Votes Database Sponsored by the Washington Post, this site provides a searchable database of Congressional voting from 1991 to the present.
United States House of Representatives Offical site giving schedules of house floor action and hearings, information about members, tallies of roll call votes, links to other federal sites.
United States Senate Official site of the world's most exclusive 100 member club, with lots of information similar to what's found on the House site.
Guide to U.S. Elections and Voting Provides non-partisan as well as partisan sources of information on elections and voting.
Project Vote Smart A good source of election-related information, including lobby group ratings of candidates, campaign finance data and candidate biographies.
Publius Voter education site that allows for viewing a specific voter's ballot, mapping of polling locations and other Michigan election/voting issues.Voting America: United States Politics, 1840-2008 Excellent presentation of US electoral history via the use of interactive maps.