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Election 2020

Author : Bailey J. Russell
ISBN : 9781098216658
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Several presidential elections in United States history have had contested or delayed results. Some have been decided by the House of Representatives, special commissions, and the Supreme Court. In Election 2020: A Lesson in Civics, readers will learn about the charges of voter fraud, foreign interference, recounts, legislative hearings, lawsuits, and the final vote of the electoral college. Diagrams, infographics, and tables explain the civic systems involved in this historic event. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Checkerboard Library is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

The 2020 Presidential Election In The South

Author : Scott E. Buchanan
ISBN : 9781793646705
Genre : Elections
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This edited volume, written by the leading experts in their particular states, focuses on the historic 2020 presidential election in the South. The region has played a critical role in determining the occupant of the White House for the last 50 years, and the South once again was pivotal in the 2020 contest between Trump and Biden.

The 2020 Presidential Election

Author : Luke Perry
ISBN : 9783030838720
Genre : Electronic books
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This book adopts a regional approach to understanding 2020 presidential election outcomes, taking into account the tribalism that has come to define contemporary US politics and building a path to 270 Electoral College votes. The authors employ qualitative and quantitative methods to examine electoral outcomes in the Midwest, Southwest, Southeast, and Northeast, enriching contextual understandings of the national results and illuminating nuances in public opinion, voter behavior, and party politics. From this foundation, the book offers a comprehensive assessment of prominent issues in the 2020 campaign, which fundamentally shaped and reshaped the nature of the election. Scholars examine seven key issues, including multiple crises that unfolded during the campaign, to understand how these issues affected public opinion and the 2020 campaign. Luke Perry is Professor of Political Science at Utica College, USA, and Director of the Utica College Center of Public Affairs and Election Research. He is the author of Mormons in American Politics; From Persecution to Power (2012), Mitt Romney, Mormonism and the 2012 Election (2014), Religious Responses to Marriage Equality (2018), and Donald Trump and the 2018 Midterm Battle for Central New York (2019).

Political Marketing In The 2020 U S Presidential Election

Author : Jamie Gillies
ISBN : 9783030865597
Genre : Political Science
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This book focuses on the U.S. presidential election spectacle, from the primaries through to the November 2020 election and the subsequent events leading up to the inauguration of Joe Biden as the 46th president. A follow-up to Political Marketing in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election,it uniquely focuses on the political marketing and branding strategies of presidential candidates, with particular attention to how those strategies have changed since the 2016 election. The 2020 election was as much about a continuous strategy of targeting and maintaining voter enthusiasm as it was about swaying undecided voters in the electorate, distinguishing it from the horserace and implications of vote targeting in 2016. Donald Trump had a base of support that was unwavering. Likewise, Joe Biden and the Democrats counted on the same proportion of the electorate to vote against Trump. The election was also a harbinger of major new branding and marketing strategies, including innovative uses of social media and direct appeals to voters. This book presents diverse scholarly perspectives and research, with practitioner-relevant content on practices and discourses that will advance our current understandings of political marketing theories.

Political Marketing And Management In The 2020 New Zealand General Election

Author : Edward Elder
ISBN : 9783030773335
Genre : Political Science
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This book is the second volume in the Palgrave Studies in Political Marketing and Management series to focus on political marketing and management in New Zealand’s general elections. Co-edited by political marketing experts Edward Elder and Jennifer Lees-Marshment from the University of Auckland, and with contributions from academics and practitioners, this book covers topics including political strategy, Vote Compass, market research, political branding, delivery marketing, targeting and political communication. Importantly, this book looks at the use of political marketing and management during a global health crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic. In doing so, this book provides valuable insights into political marketing and management in practice, not just for New Zealand, but for political leaders, parties and campaigners around the world.

The Presidential Election Of 2020

Author : William Crotty
ISBN : 9781793625564
Genre : Political Science
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The Presidential Election of 2020: Donald Trump and the Crisis of Democracy analyzes the election in the context of the Trump presidency, his self-aggrandizing behavior and the threat he posed to the continuation of democracy in America. Trump’s behavior leading up to the election and in the transition period that followed, and his and others’ continuing efforts to introduce an authoritarian governing system represents the nation’s number one challenge.

Democracy Disrupted Communication In The Volatile 2020 Presidential Election

Author : Benjamin R. Warner
ISBN : 9781440879241
Genre : Political Science
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Leading scholars analyze three disruptions in the 2020 presidential campaign and election: disruptions to the status quo caused by the renewed quest for racial justice and greater diversity of candidates; pandemic disruptions to traditional campaigning; and disruptions to democratic norms.

God Trump And The 2020 Election

Author : Stephen E. Strang
ISBN : 9781629997339
Genre : Religion
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From the best-selling author of God and Donald Trump, which was brandished by the president at the World Economic Forum in Davos What’s at stake in this election? EVERYTHING. In 2016 God raised up Donald Trump to lead America at a pivotal time. Evangelicals who recognized this backed him more than any other presidential candidate in history. Heading into 2020, the stakes in his reelection are even higher. This election, nine months after this book releases, is a new fight for the soul of America. Stephen E. Strang makes the case that God wants America to be great because God has raised up America—beginning with our Founding Fathers—to be a beacon of light and hope for the world. We’ve been the nation with religious liberty that has supported those who have spread the gospel around the world. In this book Strang looks at the election, Trump, and America from a spiritual perspective and helps Christians (and others) see God’s hand at work. This book is as much about God and His purposes as about Donald Trump. But it is also an articulate, impassioned apologetic about why all Christians must support this imperfect president, because he has God’s blessing and because the destiny of America is riding on his reelection. This book also explores why he might lose, if his base is overconfident and doesn’t vote or if his opponents are dishonest enough to steal the election. God, Trump, and the 2020 Election is an inside look at how the political climate is affected by spiritual warfare—an important subject for Bible-believing Christians. The satanic schemes are so brazen on key issues that the book was written to explain what’s at stake. Strang believes that the intersection of faith and politics needs to be part of the national discussion about the division in our country. Other Books By Stephen E. Strang: God and Donald Trump (2017) ISBN-13: 978-1629994864 Trump Aftershock (2018) ISBN-13: 978-1629995557

2020 The 100 Counties That Will Decide The Election

Author : Daniel David Elles
Genre : Political Science
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· In 2016, TRUMP flipped 206 Counties that OBAMA won twice. · In 2018, Democrats flipped 31 House seats in Trump won districts. · In 2020, the upcoming election will shape the country for decades. Who will win…? Applying a comprehensive Data Analytics approach to the most impactful election in generations, there are just 100 counties – from our nation’s 3,142 counties – that will decide the election and define the world. That’s right. Define the world. If Trump wins: More conservative federal judges, more impactful trade deals, more immigration issues addressed, more America-first policies, less regulation, etc. If DEM wins: More liberal judges, more climate change policies, more healthcare issues addressed, more on gun policy, less on immigration, etc. DON’T READ THIS BOOK IF YOU KNEW... · In Minnesota: you could vote on Election Day without any documentation. Nothing. No ID. No Social Security Number. No Utility Bill. No Rent Contract. No Credit Card Statement. Just have a registered voter vouch that you are a resident. That’s it! · In Detroit: there were more votes counted than voters in 2016. 37% of Motown’s 662 precincts were affected. · In Ohio: a voter is removed from voter registration rolls for not voting in the past 4 years. · In America: 2.4 million provisional ballots were not valid according to the federal government. PUNDITS DO PRESS. I DO DATA ANALYTICS. Nowadays, everything is about math. Everything – baseball, football, investment, stocks, etc. – is all about applying Data Analytics. As a Group Account Director from the world’s largest marketing firm [Ogilvy & Mather], I ran IBM’s Direct Marketing programs in 12 countries by implementing Data Analytics before anyone knew the term in 1996. Having been a Sales & Marketing Director for Fortune 500 firms in the U.S. and Asia, I’ve decided to grasp this decade-defining election by applying the analytics I’ve implemented for 20 years in business to politics. After formally qualifying for the Michigan House of Representatives ballot as the only Independent from Macomb County – what Wikipedia calls “Home of the Reagan Democrats – the unbiased methods I incorporate are: intriguing, interesting and impactful. I was a DEM. I was a REP. Since 2010, I’ve been a strict INDEPENDENT. Having served on the Board of Directors for Macomb County Habitat for Humanity to ALS to the Downtown Development Board of a 100,000 person municipality, this book comes from the voters I speak with every day. But this is not some monologue book of my comments. In fact, I probably wrote less than 1,000 words. This book is full of independent charts and research from sources, such as: - The Federal Reserve - The Bureau of Labor Statistics - Pew Research and Gallup - Universities [i.e. Stanford, Princeton, Virginia, etc.] If you don’t find facts that you never knew or dispute them, my contact information is in the back. God Bless America, Daniel David Elles

The 2020 U S Presidential Election

Author : Daniel E. Bergan
ISBN : 9781000588163
Genre : Political Science
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Citizens, journalists, and scholars have shown increased interest in candidate violations of democratic norms, ranging from former President Trump’s campaign rhetoric to the Capitol riot. But how unusual are the former President’s actions on the campaign trail? And to what extent do norm violations benefit – or harm – presidential candidates? Other campaign strategies involve social norms around non-elites. For example, some campaign messages emphasize group norms in order to influence turnout and correct misinformed beliefs. How do communications based on group behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes affect voters during presidential campaigns? Chapters in this edited volume explore the communications of the President, and other actors, including groups promoting turnout and fact-checking candidate statements. It uses the historic 2020 U.S. Presidential Campaign to explore the relationship between campaign messages and democratic norms, as well as the potential of social norms to shape election-year behaviors, attitudes, and perceptions among voters. This volume highlights different features of the changing role of democratic and group norms in presidential elections. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the Journal of Political Marketing.

Polarization And Political Party Factions In The 2020 Election

Author : Jennifer C. Lucas
ISBN : 9781666906998
Genre : Elections
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How did the 2020 election shape the major political parties in the U.S? This volume explores the opposing forces of party polarization and internal party factionalism during this tumultuous period. Leading authors demonstrate how factions within the parties reshaped, and responded to, the changing political environment.

From Pandemic To Insurrection Voting In The 2020 Us Presidential Election

Author : Michael P. McDonald
ISBN : 9783110766837
Genre : Political Science
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From Pandemic to Insurrection: Voting in the 2020 US Presidential Election describes voting in the 2020 election, from the presidential nomination to new voting laws post-election. Election officials and voters navigated the challenging pandemic to hold the highest turnout election since 1900. President Donald Trump’s refusal to acknowledge the pandemic’s severity coupled with frequent vote fraud accusations affected how states provided safe voting, how voters cast ballots, how lawyers fought legal battles, and ultimately led to an unsuccessful insurrection.

California S Recall Election Of Gavin Newsom

Author : Larry N. Gerston
ISBN : 9781000622935
Genre : Political Science
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California went through a political earthquake of sorts when the state recalled Governor Gray Davis in 2003. In 2021, the state faced another political turning point with the threatened recall of Governor Gavin Newsom. Less than two years after Newsom’s overwhelming election victory, more than two million Californians signed on to the recall effort, hoping to expel him from office in a special election. How could such a monumental turnabout be possible? Normally, the political headwinds would be much too strong for a movement to oust a governor who had decisively vanquished his opponent. But--with the COVID-19 pandemic dominating every aspect of society, including politics--these weren’t normal times. Organizing a recall election is a demanding enterprise: it takes abundant political energy, tremendous amounts of anger with the status quo, and mounds of money. Yet, for the second time in less than two decades, such wheels were set in motion. What is it that makes California so dynamic yet so fragile? This book explains that paradox and, in the process, enlightens readers about the recall process, the challenges of federalism, and the pitfalls of direct democracy. It examines the underlying conditions that expose a state with poorly linked institutions, a bitterly divided society, and a governor who had to act under nearly impossible conditions, demonstrating his strengths and vulnerabilities along the way. It’s a story that could happen only in California, a state with a history of "only" stories. Designed to be useful in a variety of college courses, this book is the first to unveil the Newsom backstory and will appeal to pundits and politicos as well as interested general readers.

Routledge Handbook Of Election Law

Author : David Schultz
ISBN : 9780429686948
Genre : Law
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Governments need rules, institutions, and processes to translate the will of the people into functioning democracies. Election laws are the rules that make that happen. Yet across the world various countries have crafted different rules regarding how elections are conducted, who gets to vote, who is allowed to run for office, what role political parties have, and what place money has in the financing of campaigns and candidates. The Routledge Handbook of Election Law is the first major cross-national comparative reference book surveying the electoral practices and law of the major and emerging democracies across the world. It brings together the leading international scholars on election law and democracy, examining specific issues, topics, or the regions of the world when it comes to rules, institutions, and processes regarding how they run their elections. The result is a rich volume of research furthering the legal and political science knowledge about democracies and the challenges they face. Scholars interested in election law and democracy, as well as election officials, will find the Routledge Handbook of Election Law an essential reference book.

A Road Of Fire The Havana Syndrome Libyan Presidential Election 2021 Oil And Gas The Energy Crisis In Russia Usa And Europe Cia Intelligence Pandemic Elections Money Clairvoyant Psychic World Predictions 2021 2022

Author : Clairvoyant Stoyanka Staikova
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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The British General Election Of 2019

Author : Robert Ford
ISBN : 9783030742546
Genre : Political Science
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The British General Election of 2019 is the definitive account of one of the most consequential and controversial general elections in recent times, when Boris Johnson gambled everything calling an early election to 'Get Brexit Done', and emerged triumphant. Drawing upon cutting-edge research and wide-ranging elite interviews, the new author team provides a compelling and accessible narrative of this landmark election and its implications for British politics, built on unparalleled access to all the key players, and married up to first-class data analysis. The 21st volume in a prestigious series dating back to 1945, it offers something for everyone from Westminster insiders and politics students to the interested general reader.

Campaigning On Facebook In The 2019 European Parliament Election

Author : Jörg Haßler
ISBN : 9783030738518
Genre : Comparative politics
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This book investigates how political parties from 12 European countries used Facebook to inform, interact with and mobilise voters at the 2019 European Parliament election. Following a joint theoretical framework and method, the results of a content analysis of more than 14,000 Facebook posts are presented. Country specific chapters are followed by analyses of European parties Facebook campaigning, the spread of populism and the use of Facebook ads by the parties. The final chapter compares all countries showing that campaigns are more strongly shaped by the national than by the European political context. Facebook is used for campaigning as usual; parties inform and persuade but neglect the platforms mobilisation and particularly interactive affordances.

Election The Golden Coin Of Indian Democratic System Birth Out Of Awritten Democratic Constitution Implemented In 1950

Author : Raghu mahalingam
Genre : Philosophy
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Gender And Lgbtq Issues In Election Processes

Author : Paulina Barczyszyn-Madziarz
ISBN : 9781000557268
Genre : Social Science
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This book looks at issues on Gender and LGBTQ matters in political elections in both institutional and communication contexts. Examining wins and losses in elections and assessing accountabilities in those results this broad and international collection analyses how the issue of gender and LGBTQ identity is both factored into, and determines electoral success, not only in consolidated democracies such as the United States, New Zealand, and Norway, but also in a country facing an undemocratic turn such as Poland. . Does raising the subject of gender and LGBTQ issues affect electoral processes? Are there countries where gender and LGBTQ issues are more likely to be instrumentalised in the electoral process? Can common patterns between countries be detected? This book seeks to answer these questions and center gendered issues through a range of topics including party loyalty, voter participation, gendered media coverage, and discourses on electoral defeat, and leadership. This book is suitable for students and scholars in LGBTQ Studies, Politics, Social Sciences and Gender Studies.

The Quotable Joe

Author : Katherine Rodriguez
ISBN : 9781642937992
Genre : Humor
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Former vice president Joe Biden has said many things throughout his career where he has put his foot in his mouth, flat-out lied or flip-flopped on his votes, made up false stories, plagiarized, and said racist comments. Things have not changed for “Sleepy Joe” since he decided to run for president in 2020. During his run on the 2020 campaign trail, he’s told people at campaign rallies to “vote for someone else” and has called them “lying, dog-faced pony soldiers.” Throughout this book, you can expect to find some of Biden’s most off-the-wall statements that make him the most embarrassing candidate to ever run for president.

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