2020 was a presidential election year, but elections are not just about presidents! Check out this Exploration Guide for students in middle school to learn more about how elections work, how voting has changed over time, and all the different types of elections.
The Fight for the Right to Vote in the United States | Nicki Beaman Griffin, Ted-Ex
All throughout American history different groups have had to fight for the right to vote. When the United States was founded who had the right to vote? Which group was the last one to get the right to vote? Is there any group that still can’t vote?View The Fight for the Right to Vote in the United States | Nicki Beaman Griffin, Ted-Ex
Reply All #163: Candidate One | Gimlet
This is the story of an election in America where everything went wrong -- bribery, hacking, ballot-stuffing. And the 17 year old kid who tried to save the day.View Reply All #163: Candidate One | Gimlet
King County Elections Challenges Voters to Reach Record 90% Turnout | Seattle Times
Did you know that not everyone who is registered to vote chooses to vote? Why do you think people wouldn’t vote? Do you think King County will reach 90% this year? What would be a good incentive to get people to vote?View King County Elections Challenges Voters to Reach Record 90% Turnout | Seattle Times
Fourteen-year-old Kevin impetuously announces that he will run for student body president, mainly to impress his girlfriend Tina, but soon gets excited about making a positive difference in his school and community. Have you ever run for a school office? What do you look for when you are voting for your school officers?
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