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U.S. Presidency


Many libraries and related organizations have online guides about Federal elections and voting rights. The featured libraries are part of the Federal Depository Library Program, and they are known as Federal Depository Libraries (FDLs). Check out these community guides for more information, including on Presidential documents, Federal regulations, and impeachments.

Community Guides

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Executive Branch: American Government 

Boston College Libraries (FDL #0257A) 

  • Discover presidential documents, manuscript collections, and the budget process.
  • Guide's Subjects: Executive Branch, Political Science & Government, President
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Federal Legal Websites: President & Administration

Northern Illinois University College of Law (FDL #0160B)

  • Learn about the Executive Branch, including about the different agencies and the Code of Federal Regulations.
  • Guide's Subject: Law
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Connecticut State Library (FDL #0075)

  • Check out information about the presidency, including the transition process between administrations and impeachments.
  • Guide's Subjects: Executive, Executive Branch, Federal Government, GIRS-Home, GirslandgFED, GovDocs, Government Documents, Government Information, President, Reference
Screenshot of "U.S. Government Documents: The Presidency, Congress, the Courts & Agency Regulations"

U.S. Government Documents: The Presidency, Congress, the Courts & Agency Regulations

Cornell University Library (FDL #0388)

  • See a variety of resources showcasing Federal Government publications about the U.S. Congress, the Presidency, Federal regulations, and more. 
  • Guide's Subjects: Accessviewed2019, Government & Public Policy

Federal Depository Library Directory (FDLD)

The Federal Depository Library Program distributes Government information free of cost to libraries that participate in the program. These libraries have information specialists who can assist your research needs. To find your nearest depository, check out the FDLD

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Disclaimer about Community Guides

Visiting a community guide will direct you to other websites, which may have different privacy policies than the U.S. Government Publishing Office. Also, community guides may feature resources that are not U.S. Government publications or sources, which may not be freely available. Contact the community guide's owner for additional information or assistance.