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Election 2012. Citizenship: Quick Write. Select a quote and response to it in a quick write in your notebook. Consider these questions: What is the main idea of the quote? How does the quote relate to your values and beliefs? How does the quote apply to the upcoming election?.

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citizenship quick write
Citizenship: Quick Write
  • Select a quote and response to it in a quick write in your notebook.
  • Consider these questions:
    • What is the main idea of the quote?
    • How does the quote relate to your values and beliefs?
    • How does the quote apply to the upcoming election?
do you believe that the government should have a bigger role in your life on a daily basis

Do you believe that the government should have a bigger role in your life on a daily basis?

The BIG Question!

pacs what are they
PACs: What are they?
  • Political Action Committees
  • Can donate up to $5000 to support a candidate
  • Lobbyists often become a PAC
  • Examples
2010 ruling in citizens united v federal election commission
2010 ruling in Citizens United v.Federal Election Commission

First Amendment: Corporations and unions have the same free speech as individuals.

poster
Poster
  • Summarize the facts. Include 3-5 facts about the issue.
  • Summarize each candidate’s position on the issue—another 3-5 points.
  • Evaluate each candidate’s position.
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