1. How do elections make a presidential candidate powerful?
Elections make a presidential candidate powerful because if they are voted, they would not only have power of one of the largest countries with a mammoth population but also have an impact on other countries around the globe.
2. How do elections make the people powerful?
Elections make people powerful because everyone, unless they're under age or have a criminal record, have a right to vote and every vote counts even if it is only a small percent of the total.
3. How do some people in society have more power than others to become president?
Some people might have more power than others to become president if they come from some of the criteria needed to become president, such as being born in America and if they have lived in America for over 14 years. Other things, such as being male or Christian can have an impact.
Why do some people feel their vote is less powerful than others?
What might happen if people didn’t vote?
What have you heard in the news about the American election over the last few weeks which has influenced your thinking on this issue?