After months of build-up, the US presidential elections are taking place tomorrow, on 3 November 2020. But it has been full of challenges which will only intensify as the results start pouring in.

To help you navigate through breakneck news reporting and dubious sources, Global Investigative Journalism Network reporter Rowan Philp pulled together all the essential resources for reporters covering the event from GIJN's #gijnElectionWatchdog project.

This includes safety guides, where to locate vetted election sources, fact-checking strategies and much more.

"For the past seven weeks, a special GIJN project, #gijnElectionWatchdog, has provided reporters with tools to tackle the toughest US election stories. Many of these have been advanced or lesser-known apps for investigations into topics like campaign finance abuse and foreign interference," it reads.

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