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A ballot is a vote cast by someone who is unable to attend the official polling station they are assigned to
The act or process of voting, usually on paper and in secret
Working in an organized and active way toward a particular goal, typically a political or social one
A person who is nominated for an election
A legally recognized member of a state or country
A person who directs a debate or discussion
A formal discussion on a particular topic in which opposing arguments are put forward in a public setting
A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives.
The governing document of the United States of America. Written in 1789
Declaration of Independence
Articles of Confederation
Examples of these include Democrats, Republicans, Green Party, and Libertarians
Having to do with government affairs
The place where voting takes place or the act of voting
When is election day?
First Saturday in November
First Tuesday in November
First Tuesday in April
First Tuesday in December
What are the different ways you can vote (select all that apply)
How often does the United States elect a president and vice president?
Every 2 years
Every 4 years
Every 5 years
What is a primary?
School where small children ages 4 through 8 attend from the hours of 8am to 3pm
preliminary election to appoint delegates to a party conference or to select the candidates for a principal, especially presidential, election
the colors, red, blue, and yellow
something that is really important and cannot wait to be solved
The primary for which political office is happening right now?
House of representatives
How old do you need to be to vote?
Which amendment gave women the right to vote?
Which amendment gave African American Men the right to vote?