How to Vote with Passion Purpose and Power: A Voter's Primer

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AuthorHouse, Jul 15, 2008 - Political Science - 136 pages
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Free to Vote Able to Vote Ready to Vote Anthony English, born in Canada, became a naturalized citizen of the United States of America on November 22nd, 1963, having been sworn in at the Los Angeles County Courthouse at almost the precise time that President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. This terrible and cataclysmic event was to influence forever his interest in his new country and his passion as a new citizen. This pivotal event drove his interest in his new country resulting in his consistently voting in every election since being sworn in as a citizen. While he voted, he was astonished that so few of the qualified voters bothered to go to the polls, and so many incompetents have been elected. As a result he has published this book in an effort to encourage everyone to exercise their earned privilege and their right as a US citizen to cast a ballot for our governing officials. You can make a difference is his theme. Your Vote Can Make A Difference! (c) Copy Right 2008 All Rights Reserv

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