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    Malcolm X’s The Ballot or the Bullet is a speech about re educating the black community about their economics and separating the church from the civil rights movement. X relies heavily on Pathos, Logos, and Ethos throughout his speech. This rhetorical well-roundedness is a part of what made this speech so incredibly successful. Malcolm X started his speech with Ethos to establish his position and his ability to make this speech, he then used pathos to get the attention of the audience then…

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    When I was able to register to vote I registered as a democrat even though I am an independent at heart. In my opinion the two major obstacles that stand in the way of the independent candidates is closed ballots, and campaigns. I would support a reform on changing closed ballots to open ballots to make it easier for independents to make it in to office. The first obstacle…

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    The Butterfly Effect: The Ballot Design & the 2000 Election Introduction In the year 2000, the United States (U.S.) presidential election between the Republican and Democratic representative, the two dominant political parties, captivated a nation. The Republic candidate George W. Bush held the incumbent title of governor of Texas and the son of a former U.S. president while the Democratic candidate Al Gore held the incumbent position of Vice President of America. In the midst of the…

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    Evm Pros And Cons

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    electronic voting machines are more safe and secure than paper ballots. EVM's are known to help people with disabilities from audio for the hearing impaired and video for people with reduced vision as well as hand held for those who have trouble standing. It's said that 33.7 million people have disabilities and 20% are less likly to vote because there is minium accessibility for them. EVM's provide ballots in various languages opposed to paper ballots which only have four or five of the most…

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    Right now, they are trying to secure more ballot access across the states. They’ve only secured 2800 votes compared to the popular party such as the Democrat and Republican Party. Frank Fluckiger, a national chairman of the Constitution Party, and Darrell Castle, their 2016 presidential candidate…

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    historically produced the successful nominees for conventions which served to formally anoint the presidential candidates on the first ballot. But in the event of a competitive primary process, delegates at a convention could have more difficulty in reaching a clear majority of support for any one candidate. A brokering process then takes place, with multiple ballots a possibility. Had John Kasich and Ted Cruz not dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination, it looked as if the country…

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    benefits to those who have a difficult time with the paper ballots. However, the EVMs can also have a negative impact on the voting process. The city must weigh the pros and cons and decide which is best for all the citizens within its limits. The benefits of the EVMs are wide and varied, they can help those with disabilites -or those speak another language- gain independence during the voting process, and encourage the right to a secret ballot. Since 33.7 million Americans of voting age have…

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    Texas Third Parties

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    offices such as governor, lieutenant governor, attorney general, land commissioner, agricultural commissioner, comptroller, and some members of the Texas Railroad Commission and the Texas State Board of Education. The Decision of which ballot form and method of casting ballots in given to each county in Texas and the secretary of state’s office must approve…

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    The voting in this year’s primary will be determined by indirect ballot. This means the voting ballot will contain the names of delegates in a party rather than the direct names of the presidential candidates.…

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    2000 Election Essay

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    to the democrats because they also disqualified overseas ballots that favored Gore and they were pressuring election officials…

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