Voting Booth for Kids for the 2016 Presidential Election
presidential election for kids | voting ballots, tally sheets, voter demographic collection, I VOTED stickers | free download voting activities for kids | elementary school, middle school | set up a kids voting booth with kid poll workers
1960 Presidential Campaign in West Virginia Photograph, Senator John F. Kennedy at Secretary of State Joe Burdette's desk filing to run in the presidential primary, February 6, 1960, Charleston. Photograph by Emil Varney. Emil Varney Collectio ♡♡♡♡♡♡♡♡ http://www.jfklibrary.org/JFK/JFK-in-History/Campaign-of-1960.aspx
Shirley Chisholm - In 1968 Shirley Chisholm became the first black woman to serve in the United States Congress. Chisholm was a model of independence and honesty and championed for several issues including civil rights, aid for the poor, and women's rights. In 1972 she ran for President of the United States, making her the black person to do so. Although she did not win the Democratic nomination, she gained an impressive 10% of the votes.
FREE ELECTION DAY RESOURCE~ Electing the US President is a short, printable book about how the US President is elected. Page headings include: Representative Democracy, Issues You Care About, Political Parties, Primary Elections, Political Conventions, Registering to Vote, How to Vote, Who Wins? (the Electoral College), and The Presidential Term.