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US Elections Resources and Freebies!

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With the Elections Right Around the Corner, We have Found Some Great Resources for You!

Our Friends at Educents have quite a selection of Lapbooks, Games, and Unit Studies to help your child or teen learn about the upcoming Presidential elections... just 42 days away
Before you cast your vote this November, it is crucial for voters to read and understand each Party’s platform, as it is a firm indication of a candidate(s) values and beliefs. Regardless of the level of the elected office — federal, state or local — the Party your candidate aligns with is a sure sign of how he/she will vote — or be influenced to vote — while in office
Interesting thoughts on How Not to Waste Your Vote- A mathematical Analysis  This article would be best suited for high school and adult readers because of the complexity.
Free U.S President Election Cards from Research Parent

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