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  • A Psychologist's View On MP's Expenses By Louise Weston
    The fact that the scandal of MPsí expenses rumbles on for a third week is testament to just how outraged the general public are about the revelations coming .... fundamentals of equity of effort and outcome, the question is not whether this is just a sticking plaster, but how long before the sticking plaster peels off?

  • A House Divided By Eric Dunbar
    America is a great nation. In fact, in my opinion, America is the greatest nation on planet earth. You might ask, "What makes America so great?" .... America the outcome and the future of our beloved and great country shall be one of destruction. For it is written, "Pride goes before the fall."

  • Effective Campaign Management for New Political Candidates By Jack Sterling
    If you've made the decision to be a political candidate in a local election, then you've probably asked yourself how to campaign in an effective .... that is calculated in advance of election season will help you be a more effective candidate and make your chances of winning office much more likely.

  • Early Political Party Organizations and Political Campaigns By Jack Sterling
    In 1819, a year before the political campaign that would elect a new president, the Missouri Territory petitioned to join the Union as a state. At the .... the end, Jefferson was overwhelmingly successful in this political campaign bid for reelection. He won every state except for Delaware and Connecticut.

  • Running for Office and Analyzing Voters in Your Election By Jack Sterling
    Sometimes it's hard to tell exactly how many votes you might need to win your political race, even if you do have the campaign finance tools in place .... voter turnout for that year and you have to take that into account when figuring out how many likely voters there will be in your particular election.

  • Political Campaign Evolution in the Early Democratic Party By Jack Sterling
    The Democratic Party had been shaped by President Martin Van Buren but was transformed by events in the nation and by Andrew Jackson's popularity with .... Feelings." The country continued to expand to the south and west, and four new states--Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, and Mississippi--joined the Union.

  • Political Campaign Election Laws and Circulating Petitions By Jack Sterling
    Once your nominating petition for becoming a candidate in a race has been properly filled out, it is time to give it to a circulator who gets people to .... opposition got one of the signers to withdraw his name, and the candidate's petitions were declared invalid because he had only forty-nine names, one short.

  • Early Democratic Political Campaigns and Conventions By Jack Sterling
    In 1936, the Democratic Party again gathered in Baltimore for their presidential political campaign convention. Vice President Martin Van Buren, the man .... British political party formed to oppose the king of England in the 1700s. Soon, they would develop into a political force, particularly in New England.

  • Election Candidates and How to Win a Political Campaign By Jack Sterling
    The last event in an political campaign election is when they count the votes. Oddly enough, counting the votes is one of the first steps in your campaign .... will have to get in order to win. You determine that number by looking at the results in past elections and by analyzing board of elections statistics.

  • Democratic Political Campaigning following Thomas Jefferson By Jack Sterling
    The party founded by Thomas Jefferson had first come to power claiming itself as the "party of the people" during the political campaign. The presidents .... president. Clay met several times with Adams and ultimately gave his support (and his electoral votes) to Adams, who was then declared to be president.

  • Qualifying to be a Political Campaign Candidate By Jack Sterling
    The official qualifications top run a campaign for political office are usually pretty simple. In this democratic country that encourages public participation .... With this new territory, however, came the question that had haunted each American effort to expand: would slavery be allowed in these new territories?

  • How to Campaign Ethically for Office and Win Your Election By Jack Sterling
    Unethical stuff from opposing parties when you're trying to get your name on the ballot in a campaign race doesn't go on everywhere. The State .... 2; and so on. In that case, the nominating petition in the primary election campaign has to state specifically which term the candidate is running for.

  • How to Run a Great Political Campaign for Elected Office By Jack Sterling
    If you're running a campaign as a candidate in a political election, there's a philosophical reason why you should really begin by looking up the .... involved in the job that you are not aware of. In public employment, like any employment, it is a good idea to look at the job description before you sign on.

  • Thomas Jefferson and Early American Political Campaigns By Jack Sterling
    There was pressure on Thomas Jefferson to put together a political campaign and run for a third term as president when the election of 1808 drew closer .... unrealistic. Thus, Congress did not act quickly when it came to building up the American Navy or raising taxes to provide funds for the military campaign.

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