The ABC's of a National Election
Al Gore is clearly the Democrats' choice.
Bush is clearly the Republicans' voice.
Conventions are held in the
summer to choose
who will make four years of presidential news.
Donkeys are the symbol of Democrats.
The Electoral College counts each state's stats.
Forums and fundraisers do
Government interest by the people is great.
"Hail to the Chief" is
the song traditionally
played to honor the President-Elect on
Inauguration Day. January
January 20 is the swearing-in
Key issues are discussed earlier in lively debate.
Life for the president requires
Motorcades and secret service follow after the election.
November will tell which
candidate it is ...
Oval Office privileges.
Political polls make predictions,
but each man's success rests on
Republicans take pride in the
symbol of their views
Slogans and speeches make daily news.
Term of office lasts for four
Unless re-elected, then it's eight years.
Voters must find out as much as they can; the
White House is the executive branch of this land.
X the ballot for the candidate of your choice.
Your vote is your right; your
vote is your voice!
Zones called precincts determine where you vote.
P L E A S E V O T E !