2016 Election Central (link)
What is a primary and caucus?
Meet the Candidates
Comparing the two major parties - US Gov website
Republican Party (GOP) - official website
Democratic Party - official website
Videos of Debates
Both of these links will give you access to all the debates that have been held during this primary election. (Note: Skip the survey it prompts you to do when you first follow the links)
All Republican Debates (always click on the later of the two times)
All Democratic Debates
Republican caucus is March 1
Democratic caucus is March 26
How can I follow the primary elections on my own?
Many news sites that you will find have some bias towards either the liberal or conservative sides of the spectrum. To get a well rounded and complete grasp of all issues and positions of both Republican and Democratic candidates, I recommend using a variety of news sources. Most of these have Apps that you can upload to keep up to date on the most recent election news. Here are some that you might like.
Christian Science Monitor
New York Times
Interesting video suggested by a student that looks at voting and elections from an interesting perspective.