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How fear-based campaigning is affecting American voters
Learn how voters respond to politicians playing up threats and fears Continue reading2020 presidential electionadvertisinganxietyCampaigncampaign advertisementcampaign strategyDonald Trumpelection 2020Government & CivicsJoe Bidenlesson planLisa DesJardinspolitical advertisingVote 2020
Lesson Plan: Four mini-lessons on presidential debates
Explore what makes a debate format work and why presidential debates are important to voters, then watch the next presidential debate Continue reading2020 presidential electioncandidatesCivicsDebateDemocratsDonald Trumpelection 2020Government & CivicsJoe Bidenpolitical partiesPresidential DebateRepublicansSRLstudent reporting labsSuper Civics 2020Vote 2020
What makes a swing state swing?
Explore why swing states become the center of attention for presidential candidates and how the Electoral College system works Continue reading2020 presidential electionsDonald Trumpelection 2020Electoral CollegeGovernment & CivicsJoe Bidenlesson planOhioSuper Civics 2020swing stateVote 2020
News Roundup: Early voters break records while COVID numbers rebound
Learn what happened this week, including what’s happening in an unprecedented presidential race Continue readingabsentee votingAmy Coney Barrettcovid-19early votingelection 2020election fraudGovernment & CivicsJoe Bidenlesson planPresident Donald TrumpSenate Judiciary CommitteeSTEMSupreme Courtsupreme court nomineeVote 2020Voter FraudW
Which is better: Paper ballot or voting machine?
What do experts and voting officials think is the most secure way to vote? Continue readingabsentee votingearly votingelection 2020federal election commissionGovernment & Civicslesson planmachine votingmail-in ballotsMiles O'Brienpaper ballotSTEMVote 2020votingvoting rightsvoting technology