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Internet Research: E



Earth Science

  • Rock Cycle
    Rock cycle animations display some of the most common rock-forming processes.


  • Economist 
    Markets and market data: global market statistics.



Election and Voting Information

  • League of Women Voters – California
  • League of Women Voters – National
    Provides balanced non partisan information about the candidates and issues.
  • My Vote Counts – California Secretary of State
    Links to political parties, candidate information, polling places, voter registration, voter complaint forms, campaign finance information, etc.
  • Center for Responsive Politics
    The Center for Responsive Politics is a non-partisan, non-profit research group based in Washington, D.C. that tracks money in politics, and its effect on elections and public policy.”
  • Project Vote Smart
    40 national leaders, including former Presidents Gerald Ford and Jimmy Carter, formed Project Vote Smart (PVS) in 1992. Dedicated to upholding the ideal of democracy and serving the American people with unbiased and accurate information, PVS constructed a user-friendly voter's self-defense system accessible through a website and a toll-free hotline (1-888-VOTE-SMART)
  • Riverside County Registrar of Voters
  • Roper Center for Public Opinion Research (LexisNexis Academic Universe database)
    Located in Reference – Polls & Surveys Section of the database. Access data from public opinion polls on the presidential candidates, and the issues. Use the keywords “vote for president.” If on campus go to or if connecting to Lexis-Nexis from off campus, log in through




English as a Second Language

Environmental Science


Ethnic Resources