grader says that students can say what a candidate is doing wrong,
challenge authority, and do it all in the name of free speech, we know
something is right.
203: The Fight Over Marijuana
Arizona 12th grader defends Proposition 203: The Drug Medicalization,
Prevention and Control Act of 2002.
12th grader argues that Prop 203's plans are to decriminalize small
amounts of the drug and eventually legalize marijuana.
and How to Vote
Student journalists in South Carolina tell
it like it is.
-- From South Carolina ETV
Students report on the candidates for the Arizona governor's race: Republican
Matt Salmon, Democrat Janet Napolitano and Independent Richard Mahoney.
fight for control of Senate
The 2002 elections could change the
balance of power in the Senate, making it easier for the Republicans
to control the political agenda for the next two years.
The November 5th elections will decide which party controls Congress
for the next two years and the results could determine
the direction of public policy for years to come.
in Missouri explore the minds of voters
As a part of their coursework in Eva Johnston's AP Politics and Government
class, 78 Marquette High School students from three sections surveyed
voters about one of the most fiercely-fought contests of this election