The Presidential debates already started in the U.S. and for many voters, this is when the campaign really starts. But most of the newspapers and online news portals have been working on this topic for several months now. Between articles, expert opinions and analysis, the volume of information about the Democrat and Republican races is so vast that it’s almost impossible to follow through all of them.

And that’s where data visualization resources come into action. We at Visual Loop prepared a compilation of those resources, filled with graphics, maps and other tools, and we decided to pick ten interactive infographics that are simply outstanding, either by the way they present the data, the aesthetics or the originality.

Is Mitt Romney / Barack Obama the President? | The Guardian

Is Mitt Romney the President

(image: The Guardian)

Is Barack Obama the President

(image: The Guardian)

Political Moneyball | The Wall Street Journal

Political Moneyball

(image: The Wall Street Journal)

Facebook analysis of the election | CNN

Facebook analysis of the election

(image: CNN)

Behind the Issues | GOOD

Behind the Issues 1

(image: GOOD)

Behind the Issues - immigration

(image: GOOD)

Conventional Wisdom | The Wall Street Journal

Conventional Wisdom

(image: The Wall Street Journal)

Amazon Election Heat Map 2012 | Amazon

Amazon election heat map

(image: Amazon)

2012 Presidential Campaign Finance Explorer | The Washington Post

2012 Presidential Campaign Finance Explorer, a The Washington Post's interactive graphic

(graphic: Jason Bartz, T.W. Farnam, Sisi Wei and Karen Yourish | The Washington Post)

The Electoral Map: Building a Path to Victory | New York Times

The Electoral Map - Building a Path to Victory

(image: The New York Times)

Where Do You Fit? | PBS

Where Do You Fit

(image: PBS)

Presidential campaign stops: Who’s going where | Washington Post

Presidential campaign stops: Who’s going where

(graphic: Emily Chow, Ted Mellnik, Karen Yourish | The Washington Post)

Visit the full round-up on Visual Loop, and feel free to join us on Pinterest as well, where we have a board with over a hundred infographics about the U.S elections.