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  • Election Over Lincoln
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    E Band Presidential Campaigns Then presidential elections of the years past have had a major impact on the world existing today. In my report I researched the election of 1860. Abraham Lincoln's victory in this election enabled Black People to be free in our society today. There were four major candidates in this election. The choice for the Republican Party was Abraham Lincoln. He was an excellent speaker who gained recognition during the Lincoln- Douglas debates. In his first major political a...
  • Percentage Participation In The Election Process
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    Mixed Media Culture Following the Constitutional Convention in 1787, Ben Franklin was asked what kind of government the country now had; "a republic, if you can keep it". Franklin's concerns at that time was that we might turn to a monarchy on the basis that this was the kind of government familiar to most people in the new world. Now, many years later, we should be concerned about the same issue, but rather than a "real" monarchy, comprised of an individual or a family ruling the country, we ar...
  • Easley's Stance On Important Issues
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    The election for governor of North Carolina proved to be tightly contested race; with Richard Vinroot the republican candidate gaining support in the weeks immediately prior to the election. Mike Easley had an early advantage, being the democratic incumbent. Easley was the better-known and better-financed candidate, which helped him to an early advantage. However, during the final weeks of the campaign the advantage swung to Vinroot as undecided voters were swept up in a republican surge lead by...
  • Much Greater Number Of Opinion Polls
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    Why Did the Polls Get it Wrong in 1992? Opinion polls play a major role in politics, they can be used by the Government to decide when to call and election, and, among other things, how their pre-election campaigns are run. Throughout the history of opinion polling, from the time when polling began to be widely used before an election, in 1945, until 1987, the last general election before 1992, the polls have on average been correct to within 1.3% of the vote share between the three leading part...
  • 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...
  • Hyde's Key Issues Concerning The November Election
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    type: Term Paper body: The biannual Congressional elections offer a number of insights into the principles and practices that guide our democratic system. They are a major barometer of the attitude that the American people have toward the government. The level of confidence that people have in the system and the stance that they take on particular issues are often discernible through an examination of the election results. The recent, 1998 election offers us a number of facts and a tremendous am...
  • Governor Jesse Ventura
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    The person of my choice just so happens to be the 38th person to govern the state of Minnesota: Jesse Ventura. Governor Jesse Ventura to was elected to take office January 4th, 1999 and his term just ended January 6th of this year. He was elected as a Reform Party candidate, but later switched to the Independence Party. Since becoming governor, he had not curbed his flamboyant side that was evident since his days as a professional wrestler. Ventura has on more that one occasion upset a large por...

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