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Compulsory Voting in Australia

Ever wonder how compulsory voting in Australia works? If so, then you have come to the right place! First Off, What Is Compulsory Voting? Compulsory voting is when a country legally requires that a citizen who is of legal voting age participates in elections. Some countries that currently enforce compulsory voting are: Argentina Egypt Fra
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Foot Powder for Mayor?

The people have spoken, and what they want is well-being and hygiene. Foot Powder for Mayor? Once upon a time, during the year 1967, it was election time in the tiny Ecuadorian town of Picoazà. Like many other small towns, they were holding an election for the mayor of their community. This election was different, however, […
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Estonia and I-Voting

Electronic voting as becoming a popular way to conduct elections but what would electronic voting actually look like on a national level? Estonia and I-Voting Estonia is the first country to allow for electronic voting (or i-voting) in conjunction with paper ballots for a nation-wide election. Estonia’s i-voting has been in place since&
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What My Grade 11 Social Studies Teacher Taught Me About Voting

“Young people need to vote. They need to get out there. Every vote counts. Educate yourself too. Don’t just vote. Know what you’re voting for, and stand by that.” - Nikki Reed What My Grade 11 Social Studies Teacher Taught Me About Voting I remember my mother always being actively engaged in the idea of democracy an
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