polls, polls and more polls
for a different take on the innumerable campaign ads that we will be watching, a new (and temporary?) blog keeps an eye: CampaignFreak.
Traditional sources for political numerology:
and more PA stuff from the folks at Franklin and Marshall.
But still, for the history you have to check out:
The New School's Parsons Institute for Information Mapping (PIIM) Voting Tool. You really need to try it out by launching the application (click on the map on the left of the intro page).
and for the definitive look at how polls have played out in presidential elections you have to look at what the folks at Columbia have compiled.