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Why is voting an essential part of a democracy? Why are voter turnout numbers so low? Why do younger people tend to vote less often than older people? What do you think can be done to increase voter turnout, especially among younger voters?
Weegy: Electoral participation rates depend on many factors, including the type of electoral system, the social groupings to which voters belong, the voters' personalities and beliefs, their places of residence, and a host of other idiosyncratic factors. User: Why is voting an essential part of a democracy? (More)
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In the event of a tie vote in the Electoral College. A. another presidential election must be held within 41 days. B. the House of Representatives votes for president. C. the Senate votes for president. D. the Supreme Court determines which candidate will be president
Weegy: If neither candidate gets a majority of the Electoral Votes, the election for President is decided in the House of Representatives, with each state delegation having one vote. Senators would elect the Vice-President. The answer is B (More)
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Many people view outsourcing as a major problem in America today. Do a little research, and give a specific example of a company that outsources its production and how it impacts the business. Is outsourcing good for American companies? Is it good for American workers? Explain your answer. Also, feel free to include any examples if outsourcing has directly impacted your life.
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The companies that make the different games for Xbox, Wii, and all those things. They cause a conflict between those who are against it and those who are on favor, either way people pay others so they can get on higher levels, or help them discover shortcuts to win the game. This is not good for America companies or workers. Again with the corruption.. so many people complain about the corruption with the money and how there is not balance with those of high and low income but how can there be any if we do those things? "Be the change you want to see". It is surprising how money is involved in the smallest and most unimportant things in life. mint life.
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Why is voting an essential part of a democracy? Why are voter turnout numbers so low? Why do younger people tend to vote less often than older people? What do you think can be done to increase voter turnout, especially among younger voters?
Weegy: It is important for an individual to vote because voting is a way of showing commitment to democracy , [ Government is supposed to represent us; if we don't express our wishes about who we want representing us and about the proposed laws and changes to laws, we will not be represented as intended. Turnout can be low because of apathy especially when they don't think their vote counts. Also dissatisfaction with the available candidates can prevent voters from participating. Older people just have a greater interest in voting than younger people who don't see the same benefits. The voter registration process is another reason older people vote in greater numbers than younger people. Every time a person moves to a new address, they must re-register to vote. Young people who forget or don't get around to re-registering at their new address may be kept from voting. The key to increasing voter turnout is by decreasing barriers that voters face in the electoral process. These include making voter registration and voting itself easier. This may include, but not limited to, registration via the internet, satellite registration locations, election day registration and many other ideas that allow for citizens to register. ] (More)
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