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Title: Ms. Markhams


1
Election 2004
  • By
  • Ms. Markhams
  • 5th Grade Class

2
What is a primary?
  • A primary is the first election before they
    choose the real president of the United States of
    America.

By Crystal Henrion
3
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BE A PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE?
  • YOU ARE RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT
  • IN A PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

By Gavin Friedrich
4
What is a campaign?
  • A campaign is a race between candidates for
    elective office.

by Molly Simons
5
What is a political party?
  • A political party is a group of people who are
    involved in the business of government and the
    way government is carried on. For example,
    Democratic or Republican are two political
    parties.

By Brianna Eddy
6
Why are there different parties?
  • So different voters with different opinions can
    vote their choice of candidates in various
    parties including
  • Democrat and Republican.

by Taylor Fyffe
7
What different political parties are there?
  • Democrats
  • Republicans
  • Libertarians
  • Workers World Party
  • Socialist Workers Party
  • Constitution Party
  • Socialist Equality Party
  • Independent Candidate
  • Nonpartisan

by Melinda Escalante
8
What the democratic party stands for
  • The Democratic party believes in support from
    government intervention.
  • Democratic parties are supportive of individual
    rights, speech, expression, and association.

by Sierra McBride
9
What does the Republican Party stand for?
  • Conservative American values.
  • A safer America.
  • And a more hopeful America.
  • This was a Republican Party point of view.

By Devin Findlay
10
Once elected, the presidents job is
  • commander and chief of the military
  • veto or pass laws
  • protect our country
  • peacekeeper between nations
  • responsible for the budget
  • responsible for social security
  • responsible for our insurance
  • make our borders secure

by Sierra Amick
11
Who are the candidates running in this
presidential election?
  • John Kerry
  • George W. Bush

by Luke Young
12
What does President Bush stand
for? What is his vision for the future?
  • President Bush believes that education is the key
    to opportunity.
  • Bush will reform Americas high schools by
    providing 250 million dollars.

AJ Taylor
13
What does senator Kerry stand for? What is his
vision for the future?
  • John Kerry stands for cheaper health care
  • He also stands for a peaceful country that does
    not take our allies for granted

by Levi Cherry-Allen
14
What a vice-president does
  • A vice-presidents job is to represent the
    president.
  • If the president can no longer be president, then
    the vice-president is automatically the president
    for the rest of the original presidents term.

by Ben Blackburn
15
The vice-presidential candidates are
  • Dick Cheney
  • (Republican)
  • and
  • John Edwards
  • (Democrat)

by Billy Jordan
16
What the electoral college is
  • Each state has a certain number of electoral
    votes based on how many people live there.
  • In most states, the candidate who gets the most
    votes gets all of that states electoral votes.
  • Washington has 11 electoral votes.

by Catherine Porter
17
What other positions are people elected to?
  • Governor
  • Secretary of State
  • Senator

by Jake Roush
18
Who are the candidates for Governor of Washington?
by Hunter Ralston
19
What two governing bodies make up the legislative
branch ?
  • the senate
  • the house of representatives

by Austin Shumaker
20
What part of the election affects Washington
state?
  • Initiative 884 concerns funds for education
  • Trust funds for smaller classes
  • Extended learning programs
  • Certain salary increases

by Alexi Webster
21
What issues in this election affect you as a
student?
  • It affects me because I want the wars to stop and
    to have better education opportunities.
  • And, it would be nice if gas didnt cost so much.

by Ellarie Hoover
22
What is a debate?
  • A debate is where two or more people have a
    discussion/argument for an important position.

by Jessica Jensen
23
What a swing state is
  • The state swings between the two major political
    parties in presidential elections, rendering it a
    very attractive political target.

By Kori Frohlich
24
Who can vote in America?
  • You must be 18 or older to vote in America.
  • You must be a U.S citizen to vote in America.

by Angelina Smith
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