U.S. citizens, 18 years of age or older, have the right to one of the most fundamental aspects of our democracy: voting. How do we vote, when do we vote, and why do we vote or choose not to vote are essential questions that are an ever-evolving aspect of our local, state, and national government. How does the process work and what are the key elements of our elections?
Resources (from iCivics):
What issues do you want to ask the candidates? Choose the questions in a debate, rate the candidates’ responses, and vote for the candidate of your choice.
Manage your very own presidential campaign by raising funds, polling voters, launching media campaigns, and making personal appearances. The map charts your progress as you battle over electoral votes and popular support.