Getting Elected: A Look at Running for Office

Series How Does Government Work? By Robin Nelson, Sandy Donovan

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Publisher Lerner Imprint Lerner ISBN


Getting Elected: A Look at Running for Office

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With an image on every page, this volume is an accessible introduction to how elections work. The simple sentences, bright color photos, and red, white, and blue design palette will draw in readers. The text poses and then answers questions such as “Who can Vote?” and “Who Can Run for Office?” It also conveys information about the campaign process by following a fictional politician as she vies for a U.S. senate seat. Details about fundraising and hiring staff as well as the victory party and “What Happens Next?” are among the topics covered. A glossary, reading and Web site list, and an index are included.
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Series Nonfiction: History 3-5 (Grades 3-5)

Series Nonfiction History Grades 3-5

Series Nonfiction: History 3-5 (Grades 3-5)

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