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    over and they can vote nevertheless there are 76.5 million kids 17 and under who can not vote.There are 130 million people who voted in 2012 and if we had kids 17 and under vote it could go up 1 vote to 76 million more votes just on letting kids vote that could bring up to 200 million more votes. If they let kids vote.“Before the vietnam war was going on the age for voting was 21, nevertheless when the war of vietnam came they lowered the voting age to 18”. Which we have done this before in the past, Just wealthy white men could vote, then landowners who were white and male could vote, then only men could vote over 21, later on men and women could vote at 21, then black people could vote, finally during vietnam it switched again to 18. Currently people think that kids between 10-17 year olds are not educated on government. However they believe that because of how kids act and what they do, also most people believe when you can die for your country you should be able to vote for it to. Nevertheless,we are all US citizens to and we should have a absolute say in our government. Like in the united kingdom they lowered their voting age, from 18 to 16 however,we are well educated on it in middle school and they could educate us more. The first reason is is that we all are Us citizens who want the best for our country even if there 10 or 60 we all want a good life. Although critics…

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    3. After taking your initial and subjective vote count and conducting a power analysis, create a political strategy for Dr. Baker to get four votes (without irritating the President who hates political manipulation). Also remember in your political strategy that Dr. Baker is not supposed to interfere with the self-¬directed work team process. Think about tools of persuasion and coalition building. In order to select a wining coalition, Baker needs to map the political terrain in conjunction…

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    Vote To Vote

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    knowledge on who you plan to vote for because it enables a reasonable decision to be made. It is a chance for your opinion, regarding which candidate you would prefer, to be understood by others, to hold elected officials liable for their settlements and to have a voice in vital subjects that impact your community. The Electoral College is extremely expensive, but yields the same results as a general election, therefore, the College is not only unreasonable financially, it also is not very…

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    Electoral College Vs. National Popular Vote The recent 2016 presidential election, has caused the population to question the electoral college, more than it ever has before. Those who disagree with the electoral college have propelled the National Popular Vote (NPV), a movement that started in 1969. Although many disagree with the electoral college, the vast majority do not truly understand its purpose, and even less know who or what it is composed of. The lack of knowledge about the electoral…

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    Vote To Vote Analysis

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    Within present day society there is an underlying conflict over democracy and whether people should vote or not. The commonality between these sources is represented by this underlying conflict. As time progresses, it is evident that voter turnout has drastically decreased, because people these days do not have the motivation to pay attention to politics, or do not know which candidate to choose. Source one, a political cartoon, emphasizes the apathy that average citizens within society have…

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    Three factors which effect if citizens vote or not are socioeconomic status, political environment, and voting laws or regulations. Socioeconomic status is made up of someone’s higher education, occupation, and income. Someone with a lower socioeconomic statues may feel intimidated by the political process. Those with lower education may feel they do not understand the voting process and laws or terminology used in politics. Those who work lower income jobs may not have the time or disposable…

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    Citizens hold the power to arbitrate who the new Commander in Chief, also known as the president of the United States will be. Every four years’, in November states hold elections where all citizens go and cast a vote for presidency. Throughout history we have encountered numerous close elections, and to think that one small percentage of citizens that did not vote, could possibly have had a different outcome if they would have voted. Society has seemed to lost interest over the years in…

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    Vote Vs Popular Vote

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    The National Popular Vote or Electoral College System In the 54th quadrennial United States Presidential Elections, it was the incumbent governor of Texas George W. Bush representing the Republicans, and incumbent Vice President Al Gore depicting the Democrats. Nevertheless, the elections came down to a neck and neck battle, and at the end, found its destiny relying on the state of Florida where a margin of victory triggered a recount. After the recount finally closed, George W. Bush was soon…

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    People have many different reason why they may or may not vote. U.S. citizens should use their vote because it is their earned right, it helps them affect change, and it ensures their voice is heard. Furthermore, children and other members of society who cannot vote depend on voters to make the right choices on their behalf. When voting, we as citizens are participating in the free will, and the earned right, from the men and woman that has fought and died to give us. Voting started in 1776…

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    Shut Up And Sing Analysis

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    Shut up & Sing is a film directed by Cecilia Peck and Barbara Kopple that tells the story of the Dixie Chicks, a country girl band, and the career changing event that took place. In 2003, the night before the U.S was to go to war with Iraq, lead singer Natalie Maines decided to speak in between the band’s set regarding the war and President Bush. Maine says in front of the band’s London audience, “Just so you know, we’re on the good side with y’all. We do not want this war, this violence. And…

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