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  • Vote For A Democratic Candidate
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    The democratic society consist of the working class, it determines how much money they gain or how much tax they will be paying for the year. So they'd wanted o chose a candidate that will benefit them. He democratic society also seemed like it wanted to be heard in this year's election. They spent million of dollars on making ads, posters, and billboards that would interest the average middle class citizen to go out and vote. The democratic society also was aware that the republicans were going...
  • Electoral College Vote
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    How Democratic is the United States of America? Not very many people ask themselves this question because since they live in the United States they don't believe that they have to ask this to themselves. All of the United States citizens just assume that they have a very democratic nation only because that's what everybody says about this county. But in reality for those how have been educated about the real America. It just doesn't seem that democratic at all. I would first like to start off by...
  • McGovern And Nixon's Campaign
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    The 1972 Presidential Election: The Changing United States and its Search for a Leader The election of 1972 was one of the largest landslide victories by a presidential candidate in United States history. President Nixon was reelected to the presidency by beating Senator George McGovern of South Dakota in an impressive victory. The Nixon landslide victory tied FDR's 60.8 percent of the popular vote in 1936 for the second largest popular vote get in American history. Nixon's 60.8 percent of the v...
  • Person Votes
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    Political attitudes A variety of factors, including but not limited to; family, peers, the media and education shape political attitudes. Many things influence the way people feel about politics, and depending on the immediate environments, views can change dramatically. Family can influence the political party that people belong to. Family can also influence the way in which a person does or does not vote. If a family has traditionally voted democratic, chances are that the children will vote t...
  • Impact On The Democratic Vote
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    Many studies have been done to determine what has the strongest influence on a Representative's vote, particularly on social issues. Examining just a few of these, it is apparent that there is no strong consensus on this issue. Party, ideology, race, constituency, or any combination of these has been suggested as the major influence on the modern Congressperson. Jerrold Schneider argues that ideology has the strongest impact on how a Representative will vote. He says that by understanding their ...
  • Direct Vote On Class Curriculum
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    Direct and Indirect Representation Living in a democratic society, we as Americans have the right to vote on just about all aspects of our lives. The votes that we cast either have a direct or an indirect representation of our beliefs. In cases such as city and statewide laws, our beliefs are directly represented; in all national and organizational matters our votes have an indirect impact. The decisions are made by elected officials who we vote into office to represent our beliefs. One example ...
  • Colonial System Democratic
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    Did democracy exist in the colonies during the eighteenth century before the American Revolution? Democracy is rule by the people, simply put. This on a large scale is nearly impossible. How could all the people of America, then or now, or even of a decent size town today all come together to vote on issues. We today have a representative Democracy, which in itself is a logistical compromise on a true democracy. In analyzing the government they had in the colonies and comparing it to the "Democr...
  • 46 Of The Vote With McGovern
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    Elections in The 70's ELECTION OF 1972 President Richard Nixon told a reporter, "the day McGovern is nominated is the day the election is over". He was right. Nixon got 60% of the popular vote and 520 electoral votes. Early Primaries Muskie, the front runner, wanted the nomination early. He was committed to run in the first eight primaries. Many popular Democratic politicians wanted to endorse him. His strategy called for every day campaigning. He was in a different state every day, but the firs...
  • Vote In Favor Of The Republican Ticket
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    Alabama Prediction Based on Demographics Demographics are the statistics of human population especially with reference to size, density, distribution, and vital statistics used to identify markets and patterns (Websters Dictionary). With the demographics of a particular state, voting predictions are determined through previous patterns. It seems, based on the demographics of Alabama, that the state will vote Republican, in favor of George W. Bush, in the upcoming 2000 election. Several demograph...
  • Dickey And Ross
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    The 4th Congressional District is historically a Democratic district. It occupies almost the entire southern geographical half of Arkansas, from the Mississippi River to the Ouachita Mountains, the Delta to Texarkana. The formal demographics consist as fallows; Area: 18,044 sq. mi. Population: 585,202; Voting Age 429,638 Cities: Pine Bluff Urbanization: Rural 52%, Suburban 33%, Urban 14% Minorities: Black 27%, Hisp 1% Immigration: Born 99%, Naturalized 0%, Alien 0% Housing: Own 73%, Rent 27%, Ho...

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