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  • Election

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    presidential elections is about to start within a year, many candidates actively plan and commence their strategies to persuade the voters. Contest of strategies amongst candidates become daily advertorial in Indonesia mainstream media (broadcasted media and printed media), now slowly social media become an additional factor that candidates concerns to their campaign; recently what was happen when Joko Widodo overcome the incumbent and supported by multi-parties, Fauzi Bowo during the governor election of

  • elections

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    The haze of the Winter sun, roaring crowds, volunteers scorunging for juniors, the constant campaining , extrvagent displays of artefects which the campaingers would hand out to the students - the air smelt of elections. Yes ,it was another year and already a fresh bout of election fever had gripped our college campus. The college which in its normal days never really saw more than a couple of students lurking around in the corridors was now home to a power house of pent up energy which was channalised

  • Campaigns and Elections

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    Campaigns and Elections Political campaigns are very significant in American politics and elections. It is the period before the electorate makes political decisions in the form of elections. The attention of the citizens towards politics intensifies as the date of the elections draws near. The salience of voters improves as the election date draws near and could manifest in the form of increased media attention. Political discussions, campaign interest, strength of the intention to vote, and knowledge

  • Election of 1828

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    The presidential election of 1828 introduced new election components and techniques for political campaigning that drastically altered the American political system. Until 1828 presidential campaigns were conflicts over ideology, focused primarily on issues and policy not on individuals. Presidential candidates either leaned towards a larger centralized government to secure liberties or a decentralized government, often referred to as a ‘ true republic’, which allotted states and thus individuals

  • Election of 1900

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    Election of 1900 The presidential election of 1900 was between candidates William McKinley, William Bryan, John Wooley, Eugene Debs. Although the race only really consisted of McKinley and Bryan it was still a close race by far. McKinley was born in Niles, Ohio, on January 29, 1843, the seventh child of William and Nancy Allison McKinley. Young McKinley grew up a serious boy, possessed of a quiet determination to succeed. He attended school in Poland, Ohio, and then went to Allegheny College in

  • The Election of 1824

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    The election of 1824 is one of the most unique and interesting elections in American history. The four candidates in the election were William Crawford, Henry Clay, John Quincy Adams, and Andrew Jackson. They were all from the Jacksonian Republican Party. William H. Crawford was very experienced in politics. Before running for president in 1824, he was James Monroe’s secretary of war and he was also secretary of treasury under Monroe and James Madison. He also served in congress as an U.S. Senator

  • US Election

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    US Election Overview of the American Economy The American economy has been skyrocketing during the past decade. Growth in fields such as output, price stability, consumer demand, labor markets, and productivity have been increasing at an alarming rate. This over flow of growth occurring within the country has brought a sense of safety to the American people and with increased spending based on the “wealth effect” the American economy looks to be evermore prosperous in the years to come.

  • The Process of Election

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    parliament system (Moten & Islam, 2011). The people have the right to choose their leader by the process named election. There are six steps in the process of conducting a general election or a by-election. They are, the issuance of writ, nomination, election campaign, polling, counting of votes and lastly, the announcement of the results (refer to Appendix 1). The first step in conducting general election is the issuance of writ step. During this process, a writ is issued to the Returning Officer of every

  • The Election Process

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    The Election Process The election process in the United States is a valuable process to the election of the proper officials to satisfy the people. The people run the country which is why we live in freedom because we control what happens with major decisions by choosing whom we want to decide these decisions. The whole country goes to vote on a certain day and by the end of that day we will vote to select who will run the country, state, county, or city political positions. The most complex decision

  • Election Problems

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    Election Problems Even though my experience may be limited in politics, I still understand how grave of a situation it is having everything controlled by the republicans, because with total domination of one party the democratic system is weighed heavily to one side. Even some republicans agree that dominance over every branch is a problem. It is false hope for the President and his colleagues to think that just because they won the election that every person who voted for them is supporting

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