A security researcher has recently discovered an online database that houses the illegally posted voting records of more than 191 million Americans. The information posted on the database includes the names, phone numbers, home addresses, dates of birth and voting records of these individuals tracing back as far as 2000. The database, fortunately, does not… Read more »
Presidential elections have always had major significance in our society. But there are certain elections that stand out as unique; either with the victor, the way he got elected, or by some other situation which creates a type of particular significance in American history. In 1800, the entire process of the Electoral College was changed… Read more »
Persuading voters is much like trying to sell a product or service. You need to believe that you can help in a substantial way, and then have the confidence will follow through. Political advertising is a great way to persuade voters who may be on the fence, but this is also your chance to snag… Read more »
One thing that is surprisingly very easy to forget when you are planning a poll is the fact that you need as many voters as possible in order to make the election or the ballot successful! It’s easy to get caught up in other logistics – such as where you will hold the event, who… Read more »
As citizens of the United States, it is important for all of us to understand the history of our country’s democracy. Though we all take US History in high school, there is a historical story that most of us probably don’t know. The history of voting goes far back in time, though the history… Read more »
Mornings on Horseback: The Story of an Extraordinary Family, a Vanished Way of Life and the Unique Child Who Became Theodore Roosevelt David McCullough’s biography is a unique and exceptional account of Theodore Roosevelt’s early years. Even if you have read previous accounts of his Presidency and success, Roosevelt’s rise to fame is equally as… Read more »
Voting has evolved in many ways throughout American History. From the very first colonists at Jamestown, to women’s voting rights, the election system has changed quite a bit! The First Vote: One of the very first actions taken by colonists in their New World was to institute leaders by way of elections. After escaping… Read more »
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