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Primary Election Political Parties Election Day Voting Election of the President Candidates National Conventions National Conventions - An Inside View Candidates at the Convention The Campaign Polling Places The Electoral College The Electoral Map The Inauguration

 
A Voter's Vocabulary

A Voter's Vocabulary

If you are an American citizen, when you reach the age of 18, you will become eligible to use your right to vote. Since this is one of the most important rights in a democracy, why not begin getting ready for it now?

The crossword puzzle in the next activity contains some voting vocabulary words you will need to understand to be an informed, intelligent voter. Click on Uncle Sam's hat in the image above and complete "A Voter's Vocabulary" crossword puzzle.

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Did you know registered American voters can vote from anywhere they might be in the world?

Surf with Uncle Sam
Surf with Uncle Sam


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