Every Vote Counts
A Practical Guide to Choosing the Next President, Adobe Reader
The 2000 Presidential election was decided by a margin of only 269 votes, but nearly 100 million eligible Americans did not cast a ballot. This year, don't sit on the sidelines - make your voice heard!
Every Vote Counts: A Practical Guide to Choosing the Next President teaches you what you need to know to make an informed decision in the presidential election on November 2, 2004. This quick-hitting guide offers unbiased profiles of the three main candidates - George W. Bush, John Kerry, and Ralph Nader - helping you understand the political and personal experiences that have shaped them, and their positions on today's key issues. The book also prepares you for the onslaught of media coverage and campaign strategy that American voters will endure in the coming months. With the help of this book, you'll be equipped to wade through the mudslinging, advertisements, and opinion polls, and decide which candidate truly deserves your vote on election day.
- Clear, concise information on how the presidential election process works - from how many electoral votes each state can cast, to what the registration and voting regulations are in your state.
- Find out what effect the media, political action committees, and campaign strategists play in getting a candidate to the White House and how you can get to the truth behind it all.
- Biographical chapters on each of the three main candidates include how they got to where they are today, and where they are positioned on major issues like the economy and the war in Iraq.
- Unsure of who the right candidate is? Take the candidate match survey and find out who stands up for what you believe in.
Title: Every Vote Counts
Author: Chris Katsaropoulos
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