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    electoral votes are already set in stone, that is not always true. In fact, there are various factors that contribute to the overall outcome of both the nomination of a candidate, and subsequently, the presidential election. Furthermore, in a presidential campaign, candidates must maintain awareness about state primaries and caucuses (“Presidential Campaigns”). Both state primaries and caucuses are a means of choosing their presidential nominees, however the process of selection varies from state to state and within each party. These nominees will then go on to represent their party in the national convention (“Caucasus” p. 1). However, before anything else, to even be considered as a potential…

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    Presidential Elections of November 4, 1980 The presidential election of 1980 characterized a race between the following candidates: Ronald Reagan (for the Republican Party), Jimmy Carter (for the Democrat Party), and John B. Anderson (Independent), were running – at that time – for the presidency of the United States. During the period of time – and after – the president election of 1980, some democrats came to be recognized as “Reagan Democrats.” Democrats gave millions of pivotal suffrages to…

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    There are two main phases of a presidential election: the primary process, and the general election. The primary process is when each political party selects a candidate to represent the party in the general election. The general election is when candidates from multiple parties compete against each other to become president. Although there are multiple parties, we will only be discussing how the process is for Republicans and Democrats because while a few smaller parties are sometimes able to…

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    the field of Social Studies, but every four years comes the Presidential Election. This is a current event that cannot be ignored given the amount of media attention and personal debates that occur from the national election. Given these facts it seems virtually impossible to ignore the on going election within school classrooms. After reading Students learn about candidates, issues, civics it is clear that many different approaches are used to inform students about the presidential election, if…

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    I completely agree with everything you said, I feel everything that you do. Presidential election is all about the big promises and the bigger the better. Promises from the Presidential candidates are like bribes to pull us in, the bigger and shinier the promises are the more of us get pulled in. The sad part is neither Trump or Hillary has pulled me in, when those two talk all I hear now is blah blah blah. I don’t believe a word either one of those two says. I am a little afraid of what’s…

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    The election process for President in the United States is an indirect process wherein citizens cast their votes to a group of members of the United States Electoral College. The elected members cast their votes directly for the Vice President and President of the United States. The Presidential election method had been established according to Article Two of U.S. Constitution. It was a result of the negotiation between those who favored national popular vote and the constitutional farmers who…

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    The presidential election of 2000 created great controversy throughout the country regarding claims that some African Americans and other Democratic voters were not allowed to vote in Florida for various reasons. Some of these reasons included claims that the voter did not have proper identification cards, manipulating a list of former felons to exclude thousands from voting, and even different acts of intimidation. Unprecedented: The 2000 Presidential Election focuses on the suspicious pattern…

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    whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, etc. Social media is used to get through to so many people in an immediate approach. Aside from connecting with people, social media is now been publicized in politics. (Treuren) Barack Obama was a profound leader by using social media as a platform for the 2008 Presidential Election. He won his election by getting his message through to so many people because of social media. (Carr) After all, social media is a…

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    My position on this issue is the opposite, politicians doesn’t always have to be truthful. As a matter of fact, politicians lie because the people doesn’t want to hear the truth. If two candidates running against each other, the one who tells the public what they want to hear instead of the truth will win the election. The one who tells the truth will loses out. An example could be the 1988 presidential election. You might recall the famous lie, "Reeeaaad myyy llliiipsss, nnoooo neeewww…

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    The 2016 Presidential Election is a hot topic in America at the moment. One of the most intense rivalries in the campaign is between Democrats Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. Currently, Secretary Clinton is the front runner of the Democratic party, followed closely behind by Senator Sanders. With a long career in the White House, She seems like the obvious Democratic nominee. However, Sanders’s cult like following strongly opposes to anything said by Clinton. The main question is, why? As…

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