TITLE

LEXIS-NEXIS Offering Comprehensive Coverage of 1996 Elections

PUB. DATE
January 1996
SOURCE
Information Today;Jan1996, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p64
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports that LEXIS-NEXIS is launching the most comprehensive online election coverage in the company's history for the 1996 presidential election. "The Campaign Library" on LEXIS-NEXIS contains election information; federal and state campaign finance reports; congressional voting records; congressional member background information; federal and state campaign news; debate and television transcripts; election histories, predictions and polls; and a special 24- hour Associated Press Election Day database covering congressional, gubernatorial, and various local elections. "TrendPlus" is a political analysis trends tracking system that helps users gauge public opinion about issues, elections, and individual candidates for public office. "Election '96 Easy" allows users to track hot elections and issues. Election '96 Easy includes preconstructed searches on biographical information, news and analysis, polls and surveys, legislative track records, campaign finance, public records, transcripts of speeches, interviews and debates. "Public Opinion Poll Online file" is a full-text collection of public opinion in the U.S.
ACCESSION #
18987608

 

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