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  • Election 2004 President George W Bush
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    Running Head: Presidential Campaign Financing Presidential Campaign Financing and Spending Michael P. CaldwellHerzing CollegeAbstractPresident Bush won reelection against Sen. John Kerry in a presidential race that shattered previous fundraising and spending records to become the most expensive in U.S. History. Both candidates benefited from the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, which went into affect just before the 2004 election cycle began and doubled the individual contribution limit from $1,0...
  • Labour And Conservative Party Leaderships
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    The Battle for the Campaign Agenda in Britain (1997) The 1997 election was a struggle, not just for votes, but also to control the campaign agenda. Significant, but contradictory, challenges faced the media, parties and the public. For journalists, the problem was how to engender any zip into the campaign. Ever since Black Wednesday, in September 1992, Labour had seemed assured of victory while Conservative support floundered in the doldrums. For five years, perhaps it just seemed like longer, p...
  • Truman Campaign
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    The Election of 1948 Term Project American Government Mr. Jansiewicz Spring, 1996 David Holland To examine the election of 1948, I believe one must start briefly with the democratic convention of the previous election. President Franklin D. Roosevelt was running for his fourth consecutive term, but there was some changing done to the ticket by the Democratic Party. Then Vice President Henry Wallace was passed over for the nomination, and the position was given to a Senator from Missouri who had ...
  • Millions Of Dollars For The Campaign
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    With the upcoming presidential election, it has been interesting to learn about things as they are actually happening in our country today. Among the many issues that surround the race to the office, financing the presidential election seems to be a major topic that is always in the public eye. There are many different views on how the election should be financed but it is hard to tell how far government funding and donations can go before democracy is left behind. After President Nixon and the ...
  • Celebrity Politicians Since Ronald Reagan
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    The democratic government in place in the United States of America allows all Americans to have their say in what occurs in this country. Through the power of the vote, Americans can decide who they want to represent them in every level of the government. Getting elected, however, is not as easy as it sounds. It would reasonable to assume that a candidate would be elected to their position if they are more qualified than their opponents. This however is becoming less and less true. Nowadays, ins...
  • Campaigns And Free Air Time For Candidates
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    A Call for Reform Elections for the United States Congress have become increasingly biased in favor of the incumbents. The problem is especially prevalent in the House of Representatives, which is designed to be the legislature closest to the people, and therefore most reflective of the people's views. However, unlike elections for governors or presidents, the congressional races are generally not competitive races. While an incumbent president does have some advantages over a challenger, they a...
  • Nature Of The Dole Campaign
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    A Change for Dole Bob Dole made several errors when planning and executing his recent campaign for the presidency. These errors eventually cost him the election, and allowed Bill Clinton to win a second term, despite Dole's adherent belief that theAmerican people would not re-elect him. Bob Dole's errors stemmed from his inability to take advice from his campaign managers, his unwillingness to stick with a consistent message throughout his campaign, and his inability to begin his war against the...
  • Major Issues In The Upcoming Presidential Election
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    Presidential Elections: Then and Now The presidency is the single most important position in all of American government. Who the presidents were and what they did say a lot about America as a whole. In colonial America, the election of public and church officials could probably date back to the very beginning at Plymouth Rock. In the presidential era of the late 19th century, the job as president was considered just that, a job. The presidents made little effort to reach out to the public unlike...
  • Importance Of A Campaign Theme
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    Important Elements of a Campaign Strategy Campaigning for any type of elected office requires a sharp eye for detail in regard to what voters are looking for in a candidate. A campaign strategy should be comprehensive in its efforts to reach as many voters as possible. Yet, without a solid base of ideas from which to expand upon, the message being conveyed can easily be lost or taken out of context. In order fora campaign manager to avoid this blunder from occurring and maximize the candidate's ...
  • Lincoln's Campaign
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    The Election of 1864 took place in the midst of the Civil War, a time when our country was in a crisis that could change the future drastically. Abraham Lincoln had just finished his previous term as president and had been unanimously nominated as the Republicans candidate for president. In spite of this, Lincoln had doubts that he would succeed in winning re-election. Lincoln was strongly anti-slavery and wanted for the Civil War to be fought out successfully in order to end this crisis correct...
  • Electoral Campaigns
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    author = "Alvarez, R. Michael" title = "The Dynamics of Issue Emphasis: Campaign Strategy and Media Coverage in Statewide Races" keywords = "Campaigns, Elections, California Politics, 1994 Elections, Senate Campaigns, Gubernatorial Campaigns" Electoral campaigns provide for recurrent points of contact between constituents and representatives and thereby play an important role in democratic theory and practice. However, most of the research on electoral campaigns in America has reached pessimisti...
  • Upcoming Election Campaign
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    If you are having trouble installing and / or playing Rogue Spear make sure you have DirectX version 6.1 or higher installed on your computer. You can install DirectX 6.1 from the Rogue Spear CD by going to the DirectX folder and running DX setup. The directory path for DX setup is D: Directxdxsetup. exe (assuming your CD-Rom drive is D). You can also get the latest version from Microsoft (web). These webpages can also provide support with common DirectX problems. Over the years in American hist...
  • Election Year The Democratic Candidates
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    The primaries are a set of elections in our country that determine the two candidates for the presidential election. Each state holds its own elections for the registered voters, and the candidates from each party are selected. Some states have different primary elections whether they are "open" or "closed". These two terms apply to what kind of voter participation is allowed. Closed primaries allow registered party voters to participate in that party's election whereas the open ones allow any r...
  • Non Primary Parties Face In Elections
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    Does the American Political system meet the needs of the American People? "My brother Bob doesn't want to be in government – he promised Dad he'd go straight' John Fitzgerald Kennedy. It's not whether or not the system can meet the needs of America, rather, why it does not the politicians. The American political system cannot meet the needs of the American people because the right people are not elected to office. The right people are not elected to office because they are usually new to p...

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