One of the most difficult things for new candidates who are not particularly web-savvy is knowing where to start. Just as you have a campaign calendar for offline activities, you may want to create one for your online activities. Here are some major topics to consider when creating an plan for your online political campaign.
A well-designed web site instills trust and confidence, and can make your organization appear larger than it really is. The primary uses for a political website are to act as a central place for information, a means to recruit volunteers, accept donations and gather information, such as email addresses for further contact. Building an online network before you launch your political campaign gives you a leg up when you announce your intention to run.
Your posts will include relevant news articles, campaign press releases, endorsements, website updates, blog posts and event alerts. For limited budgets, it’s better to be conservative in your initial spending so that you have enough at the end of the campaign to make a final advertising push.
In this case, we’re not talking about email accounts, but how you will use your email list to maintain contact with your subscribers. More sophisticated campaigns may use text messaging or even phone apps as a means of keeping in contact with supporters.
One of the most important aspects in your online campaign is figuring out who is responsible for updating your content across the web. Campaign plans can and usually do change, but it pays to have a good foundation at the start. This article examines each of the steps in a problem solving process for peacefully creating political change in the United States through the use of communication and legislation— by using a process of defining a political problem, then defining a goal state with the problem eliminated, and then finding the most efficient processes of communication for reaching the goal state through the use of the legislative process. It could be a theoretically simple task to fix many of the political problems in the United States quickly and peacefully, assuming enough citizens were sufficiently informed and cooperated with effective enough strategies for bringing about change. In cases of repairing political misconfiguration or corruption, the legislative mechanism for creating political change is already in place, but many of the steps in the problem solving process have been strategically jammed in order to block effective change from occurring. An example of a problem solving process for fixing the issue of the use of fraudulent voting machines by the United States Government is also shown within each of the steps. The biggest obstacle to identifying a problem is not knowing that the problem exists in the first place. Many resources exist for identifying the problem of the use of fraudulent election machines by the United States Government. This article links to resources about issues of election fraud in the United States, including audio interviews with activists Bev Harris and Vicki Karp, and video clips from the documentary Hacking Democracy.
Numerous sources of information exist to help formulate an ideal goal state for any political problem in question, including searching the internet and libraries, information from sources such as documentary films, and consultation with individuals who have particular areas of expertise. Of the most important issues of corruption in the United States Government, the problem of election fraud is perhaps one of the easiest to fix, as it mainly involves the use of machines which can easily be replaced and election laws that can be changed. The above diagram from The Washington Post describes the corrupt lack of regulations associated with the use of voting machines, by comparing the regulations associated with electronic voting machines to those of Las Vegas slot machines.
With Diebold voting machines, every vote is stored on a memory card along with additional computer code.
From the above information, it can be concluded that the use of electronic voting machines is intentionally not appropriately regulated, and that the Diebold company is intentionally manufacturing voting machines which allow fraudulent altering of votes cast on their machines. It may be beneficial to eliminate the use of electronic voting machines altogether by replacing them with a more reliable and basic system of paper ballots. Once a theoreticaly foolproof system of collecting and tabulating votes is established, it may be a good idea to federalize the election process to ensure uniformity of the system throughout the country, similar to how only one currency is used rather than each state issuing its own. Once a problem has been identified and an ideal goal state with the problem removed has been defined, it is then a matter of creating enough public interest in the subject to get an appropriate bill introduced into Congress, as well as creating enough public pressure to force politicians who otherwise would not support the changes to sign that bill into law.
This section discusses methods for raising public awareness about issues and also drawing public interest toward the legislative process of the issues being fixed. This summary article explains why most media outlets don’t accurately report information about important political realities. The Documentary "Behind the Big News" examines issues of corruption in the mainstream media of the United States, explaining how the powerful and secretive Establishment group The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has had a tremendous influence in biasing news that all mainstream media outlets disseminate. This article is a study of individual citizens’ politically motivated communication styles and the practical voting results arising due to that communication, by means of graphing theoretical voting results.
This article will define the terms used, offer graphical representations of the ideas being presented, and draw conclusions based on the results of study. This video compilation from the Alex Jones documentary Police State II: The Takeover shows how demonstrations at the 1999 World Trade Organization (WTO) meetings in Seattle during the Clinton Adminstration were infiltrated by violent provocateurs sent by government groups in order to give law enforcement personnel an excuse to attack and suppress the peaceful legitimate protesters. Video of the violence perpetrated by the group of over 30 government sponsored provocateurs is shown, followed by evidence including local news reports that shows how the group was housed and protected by law enforcement officials during the week of the demonstrations. This article explains legislative issues concerning creating political change, including summarizing the process of how a bill becomes a law, explaining the major political systems being used in the world today, explaining issues of United States politicians being loyal to political backers, explaining how the governmental system of the United States has migrated away from its original Constitutional principals, and explaining the public’s general lack of knowledge about the activities of Congress. Every bill starts out as an idea which is sponsored by a Senator who introduces the idea as a bill.
Once the bill is introduced, it will be sent to a committee of pre-selected members of Congress which specialize in one issue, such as Agriculture, Energy, and Banking.
Once the bill is approved by a committee, it is then introduced into either the full House of Representatives or Senate where the members may discuss, debate, and then vote on the bill. Once the bill has passed one particular house of Congress, it is sent to the other house where the same process of approval by committee, debate, and vote by the full house takes place. This video is a part of the article Creating Political Change Through Communication and Legislation. Members of Congress often rely on taking money from lobbyists and political action committees (PACs.) This is a problem because politicians are then indebted for favors to those organizations who have contributed to their campaigns. Some politicians pledge not to accept money from lobbyists and PACs, however this puts those politicians at a disadvantage due to the fact that it deprives them from campaigning resources which their competitors collect, and public knowledge of the corrupting effects of lobbyist and PAC contributions is not widespread enough to translate into enough votes to offset the competitor’s advantage.
If campaign reforms are not created by way of legislation, those candidates who attempt to voluntarily be ethical in their actions are put at a competitive disadvantage by not having the same campaign resources that their competitors have. Members of Congress escape accountability and take unethical liberties due to constituents not being aware of the true agendas of their representatives. Even with increased media and activist attention, much of the activities of members of Congress would remain a mystery.
Mainstream media outlets rarely mention the daily activities of Congress in ways understandable to most people.
The use of fraudulent voting machines by the United States Government has been covered by the mainstream media over the past few years, including being featured on numerous news segments, weekly news shows, as well as the HBO documentary Hacking Democracy. The show could define issues of current election fraud in the US, and then explain how the proposed legislation was formulated and how it would eliminate the problem. Creation of the show may create conflicts of interests for groups who have influence over the content which the television networks present, so public activism by well-known entertainers to create a public demand for the show being created would be helpful, and it would draw even more attention to the show when it is finally aired. The book is a thorough and engrossing explanation of global economics written in a manner that is easy for anyone to understand while also being detailed enough to serve as a reference for financial professionals.
This article summarizes only the chapters that make up the 2009 additions to the book, explaining the destructive economic policies of the Obama administration while laying out a strategy for recovering from the worsening depression. Tarpley shows the criminal futility of the Bush - Paulson - Bernanke bailout of the $1.5 quadrillion derivatives bubble, now continued under cynical and demagogic left cover by the Obama - Geithner - Summers - Bernanke clique.
Surviving the Cataclysm advances a benchmark program for world economic recovery, full employment, scientific and technological progress, third world development, and the defense of our threatened civilization. Cheap, no-interest Federal credit for production can build 1,000 hospitals, 100,000 miles of high-speed maglev rail, 100 fourth generation high-temperature pebble bed nuclear reactors, while rebuilding the interstate highways and water systems— creating tens of millions of high paid, capital intensive modern jobs in the process.
Restoring the Rights of the States and the People by John McManus, published the the John Birch Society. The governmental system of United States was originally designed by the Framers of the U.S.
The political configuration of the United States currently consists of much of it’s power resting in a centralized federal government, which is a configuration that the Framers of the Constitution were strongly opposed to and went to great lengths to limit through the laws they created in the Constitution. This booklet has been written by John McManus, and is distributed by The John Birch Society.
The American Revolution emerged out of the intellectual and political turmoil following Great Britaina€™s victory in the French and Indian War. This revolution of the mind had physical consequences as Americans openly and sometimes violently opposed Great Britaina€™s new assertions of control.
British and French colonies, with their Indian allies, challenged each other for dominance of North America on the eve of the era of republican revolution. Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, with the Roads, Distances, Limits, and Extent of the Settlements, by Jno. A Map of the British and French Dominions in North America, with the Roads, Distances, Limits, and Extent of the Settlements, by Jno. Map of the British and French dominions of North America, with the roads, distances, limits, and extent of the settlements by Jno.
Map of British and French Dominions in North America, with Roads, Distances, Limits, and Extent of the Set[tlements] by Jno. The works of John Locke (1632–1704), well-known English political philosopher, provided many Americans with the philosophical arguments for inalienable natural rights, principally those of property and of rebellion against abusive governments. When Thomas Jefferson asserted the inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness in the Declaration of Independence, he was influenced by the writings of Henry Home, Lord Kames (1696–1782). Discourses Concerning Government by Algernon Sidney with his Letters, Trial Apology and Some Memoirs of His Life.
George III (1738–1820) of Great Britain had the misfortune to become king in 1760, shortly before the drive to revolution in his American colonies began to gather momentum. Many historians and contemporaries have blamed the stubborn, inexperienced, and mentally unstable monarch for the repeated British miscalculations and mistakes that led to the independence of the United States. London merchants involved in the American trade sent a copy of the act of Parliament repealing the Stamp Act to John Hancock, Boston's leading merchant and a Son of Liberty. Colonial governments considered missionary work essential to their efforts to control Native Americans.
Viewing the act as taxation without representation, Americans passionately upheld their rights to be taxed only by their own consent through their own representative assemblies.
This 1766 cartoon depicts a mock funeral procession along the Thames River in London for the American Stamp Act. Reports that the Church of England (Anglican), the established church, was going to appoint a bishop in America stoked fears of increased and oppressive government limitations on religious freedoms. Thomas Jeffersona€™s Summary View of the Rights of British America declared Americaa€™s right to rebel against an oppressive and despotic government and heralded the arrival of an independent America. In the fall of 1774, the Continental Congress prepared this petition to King George III stating the grievances of the American provinces and asking for the Kinga€™s help in seeking solutions. A rebus, in which pictures represent words, was a favorite amusement in the eighteenth century. The rebus portrays Britannia as a mother urging her daughter who is planning to marry a Frenchman to jilt him and stop rebelling, a reference to the American alliance with France.
British forces dislodged the Americans from Bunkera€™s or Breeda€™s Hill in Charlestown, near Boston, Massachusetts, on June 17, 1775. Benjamin Franklin published this woodcut depicting America as a snake severed into various provinces. When the French and Indian War ended in 1763, Great Britain sought to reassert its authority over the American colonies and recoup some of the money expended in defending its American colonies by passing the Sugar Act (1764) and a Stamp Act (1765) to levy internal taxes on sugar products, paper products, and legal documents in the American colonies.


Critics of Benjamin Franklin (1706–1790), Pennsylvaniaa€™s agent in London, claimed that he had supported the Stamp Act and even that he had solicited the position of Stamp Collector for friends. Philadelphia, site of both Continental Congresses, was one of the most urban, advanced cities in America in the eighteenth century.
Illuminated obelisks, made of oiled paper stretched on a wooden frame and lit from within by candles, were often created as centerpieces of celebrations such as those the repeal of Stamp Act inspired. A View of the Obelisk Erected under Liberty-tree in Boston on the Rejoicings for the Repeal of the Stamp Act 1766. Through oratory, diplomacy, physical intimidation, and civil disobedience, Americans and English sympathizers convinced Parliament that the Stamp Act was ill advised. In 1779 in the midst of the American Revolution, this British caricature depicted America as a bucking horse and George III, King of Great Britain, as the rider being thrown. Political factions or parties began to form during the struggle over ratification of the federal Constitution of 1787. Opponents (Anti-Federalists) and supporters (Federalists) of the new constitution began to coalesce into political factions.
Although James Madison had opposed early amendments to the Federal Constitution, he hoped to derail the growing political demand for major constitutional changes by offering a bill of rights as a diversion of a tub for a whale, a reference to a story by Jonathan Swift in which a tub is tossed to a whale to keep it from wrecking a boat. James Madison, Speech in Congress, June 8, 1789, in New York Daily Advertiser, June 12, 1789. Roger Sherman (1721–1793), a congressman from Connecticut, argued in a special congressional committee appointed on July 21, 1789, that any amendments should be appended to the Constitution. This list of proposed amendments in Shermans writing is probably a draft of a report by a committee on which he served. A committee of the House of Representatives appointed by James Madison originally envisioned that amendments on individual rights would be incorporated into the body of the Constitution, not appended as a supplement. Richard Peters (1743–1828), a Pennsylvania assemblyman and former delegate to the Continental Congress, warned James Madison about offering Amendments to the Machine before it is known whether it wants any. Many strong supporters of the federal Constitution saw no need to add a bill of rights, arguing that individual rights were already protected by the Constitution, common law, and state constitutions. In July 1790, Congress decided to move the capital of the federal government from New York to a new city to be built in the District of Columbia (created from parts of Maryland and Virginia) on the Potomac River, with a ten-year interim in Philadelphia. Con-g-ss Embark'd on board the Ship Constitution of America Bound to Conogocheque by way of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Senator William Maclay (1737a€“1804) reported that Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton (1755a€“1804) offered to place the permanent national capital in Philadelphia in exchange for Pennsylvaniaa€™s vote to approve the federal assumption of state debts from the Revolutionary War. Plan of the City of Washington in the Territory of Columbia: Ceded by the States of Virginia and Maryland to the United States of America, and by Them Established as the seat of their Government, after the Year MDCC. Created by a twenty-year federal charter on February 25, 1791, the Bank of the United States was a private corporation funded by stock sold to the federal government and individuals. The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America, As It Appeared in the Year 1800.
The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America, As it Appeared in the Year 1800. One of the early critical differences between Federalists and Republicans was a disagreement on the implied powers of the Constitution to allow for creation of a national bank. As party lines were drawn in the new federal government, President George Washington tried to pacify the parties by addressing the chief protagonistsa€”Alexander Hamilton, his secretary of the treasury, and Thomas Jefferson, his secretary of state.
In September 1792, James Madison coined the term Republican Party in an essay, A Candid State of Parties, published in the National Gazette of Philadelphia. Faced with British refusal to vacate western frontier forts as well as honor neutral shipping rights, President George Washington sent Supreme Court Chief Justice John Jay (1745a€“1829) to London in 1794. John Jay (1745a€“1829), a prominent New York nationalist and former president of the Continental Congress, was among the first to call for a National Convention to replace or revise the Articles of Confederation.
Portraits of Generals, Ministers, Magistrates, Members of Congress and Others, Who Have Rendered Themselves Illustrious in the Revolution of the United States of North America. In this letter, Thomas Jefferson challenged James Madison to enter the pamphlet wars against his political rival Federalist Alexander Hamilton whom he asserted is really a colossus to the anti-republican party. Despite George Washington's warning about the dangers of political factions or parties in his Farewell Address to the nation in 1796, the lack of a consensus candidate to assume the presidency only intensified party struggles. This print captures the heated partisan debates in Congress between Vermonta€™s Jeffersonian Republican representative, Matthew Lyon (1749a€“1822), and Connecticuta€™s Federalist representative, Roger Griswold (1762a€“1812). George Washington (1732–1799), a Virginia planter and veteran of America's frontier wars, was revolutionary America's only commander of all military forces throughout the eight-year war for independence. American women, such as Abigail Adams and Mercy Otis Warren, hoped the American Revolution would lead to more legal and political rights for women. In a letter to her sister, Elizabeth Smith Shaw Peabody (1750–1815) of Aktinson, New Hampshire, Abigail Adams, wife of John Adams, asserted the rights of women to judge the conduct of government, even if a woman does not hold the Reigns of government.
Abigail Smith Adams (1744–1818) was an outspoken supporter of women's political, educational, and marital rights and a sage and savvy political advisor to her husband, John Adams, revolutionary leader and second president of the United States. The usually politically astute Abigail Adams mistakenly believed that the election of Thomas Jefferson as John Adamsa€™s vice-president would serve as a bond of union between the States and Mr.
Abigail Adams (1744a€“1818), wife of President John Adams, feared that political infighting was endangering the United States, which was engaged in an undeclared naval war with France.
During the administration of President John Adams, the United States was engaged in an ongoing, undeclared naval war with France over neutral shipping rights. Political Censor or Monthly Review of the Most Interesting Political Occurrences Relative to the United States of America.
William Cobbett (1763a€“1835), English soldier turned political pamphleteer, fled London for the United States in 1792. Virginia Congressman John Dawson (1762–1814) declared the Alien and Sedition Act an open violation of the First Amendment to the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson and James Madison secretly drafted the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions to counter a perceived threat to individual liberties from the Alien and Sedition Acts. The Alien and Sedition Acts were enacted by Federalists fearful of a violent overthrow of the government as French refugees fled to the United States from revolutions in France and Haiti. A website is important as both an online platform and as a place to reference in your advertising. Coming out with a website early in a campaign can force a political opponent to spend resources creating a competing website.
The payoff is that your friends and fans will be the first to check out your campaign website, provide feedback, help promote you, and perhaps even help in your fundraising and volunteer efforts. You may want to start with Google Adwords and Bing early in the campaign to help build awareness. If you plan to send emails to a large number of subscribers, it is essential to use an email marketing service. Most autoresponder sequences are seven or so messages – based on the old seven-message marketing rule. For example, if you are responding to someone in Facebook, do not post the reply on Twitter or elsewhere. Everything gets pushed, including your online advertising, social media updates, fundraising pushes and email updates.
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Various potential blockages are identified within each of the problem solving steps, along with suggestions of methods for overcoming the blockages and accelerating the problem solving process. Mainstream media outlets frequently limit or censor information they present in order to protect long-term agendas of a few controlling individuals and groups.
This chart also serves to show solutions which need to be implemented if the use of electronic voting machines is to continue. Therefore an ideal goal state for legislation should include a plan of eliminating the Diebold company from any future government contracts and bringing criminal charges against certain individuals associated with the company.
This article describes aspects of the two styles and conducts a theoretical study of the practical voting results of the styles being used against each other. Once the bill is debated, modified, and approved by a particular committee, it can continue to the full house. If more than half of the Senators approve the bill, then the bill goes to the other house of Congress. If more than half of those Senators vote in favor of the bill, it passes and is then sent to the President to sign. Also, many politicians accept money from dishonest means yet still attempt to win votes by making campaign claims of not doing so.
A solution to this problem is to increase transparency of the actions of people in Congress by making the activities of its members public through changes in the law and rules of Congress. This could be fixed by such outlets incorporating quick daily information about the activities of Congress including issues concerning upcoming bills explained in layman’s terms.
The show would follow the passage of the Bill through each of the steps of the legislative process, including the approval process of the various committees followed by debate and voting on the bill in both houses. The show could include many interviews with individuals in Congress explaining why or why not they are voting for the legislation. Information from the preface is summarized in this article point-by-point along with written descriptions of each of the new chapters. Constitution, and it explains how elements of the current political system could be moved toward being restored to their original Constitutional principals. Constitution to be a union of independent States, with most of the power belonging to the individual States, and with the federal government being intentionally very limited in it’s powers. Freed from the threat of hostile French and Indian forces, American colonists were emboldened to resist new British colonial policies that raised issues of inequalities of power, political rights, and individual freedoms.
The right to representation, political independence, separation of church and state, nationalism, slavery, the closure of the Western frontier, increased taxation, commercial restrictions, use of the military in civil unrest, individual freedoms, and judicial review were some of the salient issues that boiled up in the revolutionary cauldron of Britaina€™s American colonies. Freed from the threat of hostile French neighbors after the British victory in the French and Indian War in 1763, Britaina€™s American colonies increasingly demanded rights of political and economic independence. This map shows that the United States replaced Great Britain as the dominant nation in the part of North America lying east of the Mississippi River.
The Albany Plan, calling for proportional representation in a national legislature and a president general appointed by the King of Great Britain, served as a model for Franklina€™s revolutionary Plan of Confederation in 1775.
Certainly George III displayed no creativity or imagination in the formulation of policies toward the British colonies in America. Although the more than fifty merchants who signed this letter heralded the repeal, they decried the mob threats and violence visited upon British officeholders in America by the Sons of Liberty. In this letter John Brainerd (1720–1781), a missionary to the Alonquin Indians, reports on the collection of funds to further his work. Future revolutionists saw the act as a harbinger of greater direct taxation and the loss of political rights. Only six delegates, including Williams Samuel Johnson (1727–1819) from Connecticut, agreed to draft a petition to the King based on this Declaration of Rights. Jeffersona€™s pamphlet was originally drafted as instructions for Virginiaa€™s delegates to the Continental Congress in 1774. King George refused to accept the petition, which was signed by fifty-one delegates to the First Continental Congress.
Just two days earlier the Continental Congress had taken charge of the American army at Boston and appointed George Washington commander-in-chief of Americaa€™s armed forces.


In this letter he asserts his opposition to the Stamp Act, but urges Americans to make the best of it.
During the winter of 1777–1778, it was occupied by the British under General William Howe. American activist and engraver Paul Revere (1735–1818) apparently helped design the illuminated obelisk erected on Boston Common, which explains why he was able to offer a copperplate engraving of it on the night it was presented. Friction between them increased as attention shifted from the creation of a new federal government to the question of how powerful that federal government would be. Often credited with being the Father of the Constitution of 1787, Madison established the Jeffersonian-Republican Party with Thomas Jefferson and in 1809 succeeded him as president of the United States. In his June 8, 1789, speech Madison favored inserting amending phrases into the body of the Constitution. On August 19, 1789, the House of Representatives finally adopted Shermans argument that to insert them into the text would be too confusing and voted instead to add the amendments by way of a supplement.
This July 28, 1789, committee report presented by John Vining (1758–1802) of Delaware clearly shows the incorporation plan with the rights scattered throughout the Constitution. Peters, like many supporters of the Constitution, continued to oppose the adoption of a federal bill of rights. William Maclay (1737–1804), a senator from Pennsylvania reported that the proposed amendments were treated contemptuously by senators, but nevertheless the Senate agreed to consider them. The federal government would assume all state and federal debts and, after a ten-year stay in Philadelphia, the capital would be located on the Potomac River near Washingtona€™s home at Mount Vernon. The location of the capital was part of a critical compromise over funding of national and state debts. After giving cursory consideration to other locations, George Washington selected a site for the seat of government with which he was very familiara€”the banks of the Potomac River at the confluence of its Eastern Branch, just above his home at Mount Vernon. Secretary of State Thomas Jefferson advocated a narrow construction of the Constitution that would have prohibited a national bank. He was an aide-de-camp to George Washington during the Revolution, a member of the Continental Congress in 1782, 1783, and 1788 and the Constitutional Convention in 1787, and the first secretary of the treasury. Although both Hamilton and Jefferson promised to work together, the struggle between the Federalist and Republican parties continued unabated. Although the Jeffersonian-Republican Party drew strength from the Anti-Federalists, no one had more claim to the authorship of the federal Constitution than did Madison, one of the founders of the Jeffersonian-Republican Party. The resulting treaty, which failed to resolve the issues but prevented a war with Great Britain, was extremely unpopular with the Jeffersonian Republicans. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson led partisan political factions or parties into the national elections of 1796. They attacked each other with a cane and fireplace tongs on the floor of the House of Representatives on February 15, 1798. His leadership during the Revolution led to his election as the first president of the United States (1789–1797). She was the mother of six children and managed the family farm and investments while serving as her husbands chief supporter and advisor. French naval vessels and privateers seized hundreds of American vessels, like the frigate Philadelphia pictured here, while the United States struggled to build a navy capable of defending its commerce. Always a lightning rod for political passion, Cobbett returned to England in 1800 after being successfully sued for journalistic slander and libel in the states.
Passed by the Federalist-controlled Congress as America prepared for possible war with France, the Alien and Sedition Acts limited free speech by declaring public criticism of government officials to be seditious libel, punishable by imprisonment and fines. Jefferson and Madison were particularly concerned with charges of sedition brought against Republican critics of the federal government. Campaign events, fundraisers, GOTV efforts and such should all have online components that complement your offline campaign. Registering a domain name is simple and inexpensive, and it can be done long before you commit to actually having a website.
It’s better to avoid using a platform than to create an account on one and let it grow stagnant.
Later in the campaign, you may want to increase your spend and expand into Facebook advertising for targeted posts and retargeting to build additional awareness. The use of an email service will help ensure that your messages are delivered and provide important tracking and automation tools.
You’ll want to lay out a template ahead of time for what those messages will be and the timetable for which they will be sent. Several people should be monitoring your social media campaigns and keeping up with online mentions about the candidate and campaign.
The Senate is made up of two elected Senators from each state, and the House of Representatives is made up of over 435 elected representatives, the number coming from each state being determined based on the population of that state. If the bill is not approved, it can either be sent back to the committee or it can be abandoned.
The website publicampaign.org is an organization for the purpose of reforming and reducing the role of special interest money in state and federal elections.
This could involve making members of Congress be required to post weekly updates of their activities including campaign contributions, meetings with registered lobbyists, their latest earmark requests and significant changes to their personal wealth, as suggested by the website fixcongressfirst.org. Media outlets would need to be pressured into doing so because increased mainstream public knowledge about the daily activities of Congress would conflict with the agendas of those who control the decisions of the media. Such media attention would force more Congresspeople to vote against the corrupting influence of those they are unethically indebted to.
People such as John Adams and Mercy Otis Warren believed that the British policies stimulated the minds of Americans to demand independence and expanded individual rights. A copy of this map by John Mitchell (1711–1768) was used to define the boundaries of the new United States during negotiations for the peace treaty of 1783 that ended the American Revolution.
Spain regained control of East and West Florida and held vast territories west of the Mississippi River, while Britain was pushed back to Canada. Brainerd was instrumental in arranging for Native Americans to move from the settled lands of the colonies to lands unoccupied by English settlers in the west.
Colonists convened a Stamp Act Congress in New York in the fall of 1765 and called for a boycott of British imports. The spirited and creative qualities of Jeffersona€™s writing helped secure his selection as chair of the committee to draft the Declaration of Independence in 1776. The Stamp Act was passed in 1765, according to Franklin, because England wanted to squash American claims of independence. The British enjoyed their stay immensely, while Washingtona€™s army suffered near starvation at Valley Forge. Decorated with patriotic imagery and portraits of English statesmen who aided the American cause, the obelisk was destroyed by fire hours after it was erected.
Boston residents received the information on May 16, 1766, with the arrival of a ship owned by a leading New England merchant and American patriot, John Hancock (1737–1793). The rapid evolution of political parties from factions was an inventive American response to political conflict. The Compromise of 1790 became a focal point for the emerging Federalist and Republican parties. As a result Hamilton consummated a deal with Virginia that led to the national capital being located on the Potomac River. Andrew Ellicott (1754a€“1820), federal surveyor of the District of Columbia, prepared this plan in 1792 of what would become the District of Columbia.
This engraving provides a view of the waterfront at Georgetown, then a suburb of Washington. The Bank of the United States remained a contentious constitutional and political issue for decades, because opponents feared the centralized power of a national bank and opposed federal corporations. Philadelphia” from The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America, As It Appeared in the Year 1800. Philadelphia, from The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America, As it Appeared in the Year 1800.
Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton supported the bank with a broad interpretation of the Constitutions implied powers under the general welfare clause. In 1804 Aaron Burr killed Hamilton in a duel arising from ill-will after Federalist leader Hamilton supported Thomas Jefferson instead of Burr in the disputed election of 1801. Griswold had accused Lyon of cowardice during the American Revolution and Lyon responded by spitting tobacco juice in Griswolda€™s face. The best known was The Lady's Magazine and Repository of Entertaining Knowledge, founded in Philadelphia in 1792. However, their rival political parties continued to clash throughout Adamsa€™s administration.
In this letter to her nephew William Shaw (1778a€“1826), Adams saw hope in the response of the House of Representatives to the presidenta€™s address to Congress.
Dawson urged citizens to rely first on the Courts to declare it unconstitutional, as well as to prepare to seek its repeal. These resolutions asserted the rights of states to judge the constitutionality of federal laws.
You can always increase what you do online, but it can be detrimental to attempt too much too early. However, most of the major alternative media outlets do carefully check their facts and often rely on research and information from mainstream news sources which has been buried or looked over.
If the President vetoes the bill, it is sent back to Congress where the bill can be either changed to suit the President’s liking, or the veto can be overridden by two-thirds of both Houses of Senate. However, the Stamp Act only inflamed American opposition to British rule and forced Franklin to seek its repeal. This engraving is one of the few authentic portraits of an American city before the Revolution. This engraving is the only surviving visual record of this important but ephemeral form of communication in revolutionary America. The outline of the citya€™s grid system and the location of the Capitol, the Presidenta€™s House, and the mall are clearly visible. In this engraving, a copy of A Vindication of the Rights of Women (1792), the cornerstone feminist document, by Mary Wollstonecraft (1759–1797) is presented to Lady Liberty. The rivalry of Adams and Jefferson fully emerged in the bitterly partisan campaign of 1800. Many Americans opposed a federal sedition law, arguing that it violated the Constitution and also unconstitutionally infringed on the right of states to regular free speech through slander laws. Johnston was one of the many Federalists who supported amendments for personal liberties only as a political tactic to fend off more substantive changes in federal powers. This petition to the United States Congress was part of a Republican Party effort to repeal the Alien and Sedition Acts. Remind them to vote the week before, the days before, the night before – and throughout Election Day.



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    Author: warlock