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Paul Edward Zukowski

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National politics including Presidential, Congressional issues

Harry Hayfield

U.K.
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I have recently found the results for the Congressional and Senate Elections dating back to 1788 and will be able to advise on the best way of finding out what a candidate`s views are

John C. Berg

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How Congress works, how to influence Congress, how Congress can be improved, how state legislatures work, how to influence state legislatures, how the Massachusetts legislature works, how to influence the Massachusetts legislature, why the presidential debates are unfair, how to improve the presidential debates, why the US electoral system is unfair, how to improve the US electoral system, how to end the two-party monopoly

Michael Troy

U.S.
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I can answer just about any question about U.S. Political history, Constitutional law, the legislative process, elections, etc. I enjoy Presidential and Congressional historical trivia, but can answer more substantive questions too.

Michelle

U.S.
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I can answer questions about voting requirements, federal elections, including the primary process, conventions and the electoral college, campaign finance reform, how a bill becomes a law, the Constitution, presidential history and Obamacare.

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2016-09-15 Eligibility to serve as president:

You are correct.  There is no prohibition on a person serving as Vice President after having served two terms as President, nor of that person assuming the Presidency should the President die or resign

2016-07-28 Congressional districts:

By law, members of the House of Representatives are elected from single-member districts. Thus the number of districts is equal to the number of representatives automatically.    The Constitution would

2016-07-23 help:

Hello,    I took a look back at the textbook you referenced from your friend's question.  The overview simply summarizes what the chapter will discuss: that democracy has essentially expanded to more nations

2016-07-16 help:

Hello,    I took a look at the textbook you referenced.  It discusses the military coup in Chile in the 1970's which overthrew a democratically elected government.  The article on Poland discusses the

2016-07-15 help:

Hello,    Different countries have always had different levels of participation in government.  Generally a country is considered democratic if the majority has the ability to get the government to do

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