Free Essays on 2008 Presidential Debate

  1. Presidential Debates: Changing the Way We Vote

    Presidential Debates: How they change the way we vote Wright State University To the Durr Foundation for its Instrument Development and Research Proposal Writing Workshop on Voter Perceptions of Presidential Elections 2008 and 2012 in Buenos Aires, Argentina from January...

  2. Elections

    Elections and voting – presidential |Stage |Functions |Occurs | |Primaries and caucuses |Show popular support for candidates...

  3. Connecting Fahrenheit 451 to Today

    Both media and technology can have a profound influence on elections as evidenced by the 1960 presidential debate, the book Fahrenheit 451, and the 2008 presidential election. During the 1960 presidential debate, as media and technology evolved, voters shifted from primarily using the newspaper to television...

  4. The 2012 Vice Presidential Debate and Social Media

    and debate watchers would have waited through the entire broadcast to hear analysis and reaction from a few television broadcasters. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pintrest were among the many social networking sites where people talked and shared their opinions about the 2012 Vice Presidential Debate...

  5. Freedom of the Press Essay

    college students. Researched found that 32% believe newspapers should get government approval of stories before printing (Contemporary Author Online 2008). 56% said they should be able to publish freely; and 12% had no idea. When asked whether the Press enjoys “too much freedom,” not enough...

  6. Media Relation Battle in the 2012 Presidential Campaign

    News Media: 4 TV Interview 6 Presidential Debate 7 Digital Media: 9 Owned website: 10 Social media 11 In Sum: 14 5.Transmit of Cloverleaf 14 Model #1 Campaign Website: 14 Model #2 Presidential Debate: 15 Model #3 The 47% Incident: 15 6.Comparison:...

  7. Us Election Notes

    Elections – Presidential and Congressional Functions of Elections Representation / participation * Elections are used to ensure that those in power in Congress and those in the White House represent the wishes of the public. Although the USA is an indirect democracy, the majority...

  8. Government Essay - Elections

    elections of 1948, 1960 and 2004. All of these elections were close and in many ways demonstrate the intricacies and interrelationships of elements of a Presidential election. One such important race was the race of 1948 – Thomas E. Dewey against Harry S. Truman. Top polling organizations and media luminaries...

  9. Cool Yeah

    baseball) Religion Episcopal (Before 1977)[1] United Methodism (1977–present)[2][3] Signature Cursive signature in ink Website Bush Presidential Library Bush Presidential Center The White House Archived Military service Service/branch Texas Air National Guard Alabama Air National Guard Years of service...

  10. Why Obama Won

    Time For a Change The 2008 election may have been one of the greatest in history. With all of the recent chaos going on in the United States, such as the War in Iraq and the economic meltdown, America needed someone to give a new sense of hope and stability, and Obama defined himself early with a...

  11. The Influence of Saturday Night Live on the 2008 Election

    The Influence of Saturday Night Live On August 29th, 2008 Senator John McCain announced his decision of electing Sarah Palin as his Vice Presidential Candidate. This declaration provoked controversy amongst many of the United States citizens and while the majority of the people supported McCain, there...

  12. E-Campaigning as a Driver of Political Processes: Civic Engagement and Participation

    in the 1992 presidential election when the Clinton/Gore team used the discussion group “alt.politics.Clinton” to give out information on the campaign and communicate with constituents. Then in the 1996 presidential election Bob Dole mentioned his campaign website during a presidential debate as a place...

  13. Tension City

    for all the debates of the presidents, governors, and the nominees for the campaigns. I want to talk about the debate between George H.W. Bush and Geraldine Ferraro in 1984. Ferraro had reasons for not looking forward for the Vice President debate. Ferraro went to the Vice Presidential debate with her knowledge...

  14. Satire News and Its Affect on Our Nation

    at all to hard, traditional news. Also over half (54%) of young adults in this age group reported that they got at least some news about the 2004 presidential campaign from comedy programs such as The Daily Show and Saturday Night Live. Only 15% of Americans over the age of 45 years reported learning something...

  15. Mass Media Coverage

    candidates. Media coverage of presidential campaigns is undoubtedly the biggest platform to reach voters. One major aspect of media coverage of campaigns is the presidential debates which have now gain recognition as a prominent tradition to a build to US presidential elections. From John Kennedy...

  16. The Green Party

    GLOBAL RESPONSIBILITY 10. FUTURE FOCUS AND SUSTAINABILITY (GreenParty) The Green Party has nominated Cynthia McKinney to run for President in the 2008 election. McKinney was a long standing Democrat from Georgia until her defeat in the 2006 election. A congresswoman for since 1992 expect for a term...

  17. Presidential Debates 2012

    Presidential debates 2012 On October 3rd 2012 governor Romney and President Obama met for the first debates. The topics focus on domestic policy. The overall impression of President Obama was that he looked tired and bored. Governor Romney started off very aggressively by looking back at President...

  18. My Next President

    These are immediate concerns run through my mind when I think of who should be elected next to run our country. As I watched some of the Presidential debate over the last few months, I opened up my ears and my heart to the issues both Barack Obama and John McCain addressed, and I was immediately...

  19. To What Extent Is the Cult of the Personality Prevalent in U.S. Presidential Elections?

    examine the debate surrounding the causes of this consider some examples to the contrary and finally, conclude whether personality is as influential in elections as claimed. It has been demonstrated by researchers and analysts that the personality cult has impacted upon the presidential system...

  20. Civic Engagement Piece

    troops overseas. The debates and campaigns between the two presidential candidates was their opportunity to express their feelings on this issue and let Americans know what they would do if elected. The war in Iraq is the dominant issue in the 2008 race for the White House. (Presidential Candidates, par...

  21. Presidential Debate Part #2

    Michael Brown English 115 Presidential Debate Part #2 10/14/2008 Barack Obama and John McCain Barack Obama and John McCain clashed repeatedly over the causes and cures for the worst economic crisis in 80 years Tuesday night in a debate in which Republican McCain...

  22. 2012 Presidential Debates

    2012 Debates In the past month, there have been four debates: three between the main presidential candidates, Governor Romney and incumbent Obama, and one between their respective vice presidential candidates, Senator Paul Ryan and incumbent Biden. The first presidential debate was located at University...

  23. Debate

    Political Science Presidential Debates 2008 Vote for Change! It is true that this can be one of the most important elections in history. Senator Barack Obama the countrys first African American presidential candidate, and war veteran Senator John McCain. Obama...

  24. Politics

    with bound delegates would make the convention completely unnecessary in most cases, at least in terms of nomination presidential candidates. John McCain would be an example of this; in 2008 he knew that he was going to be the front-runner for the Republicans well in advance before the NCC. NCC’s are now...

  25. Obama and Romney

    Presidential Debates Paper ​It has been four years since the last presidential election in 2008, with then President George W. Bush, a republican, versus Barack Obama, a democratic candidate, running for office. Obviously Barack Obama won the election becoming the first African American President of...

  26. Election Rituals & Karugu Society

    America? The Karugu joking relationships, as presented by Thomas Beidelman, can be paralleled to the United States elections—in particular, the presidential elections. When the Karugu encounter a problem, they divide themselves into two groups and then insult each other until the problem is dissolved...

  27. Body Language and the Last Presidential Election

    �PAGE � �PAGE �1� Balaresque Antoine Balaresque Professor XXX English 1 December 15, 2009 Body Language and the Last Presidential Election One's visual image has a much bigger impact on the audience than his or her words because it creates a much greater recall for one's message (Reiman 101)....

  28. Summary Response Essay

    In the essay “The Argument Culture” Deborah Tannen discusses the tendency of American culture to encourage antagonistic two-sided debates over issues. Tannen proposes that communication about issues needs to be oriented, to look at multiple sides, so that more productive conversations can occur. In...

  29. Barack Obama and John Mccain

    With the 2008 presidential election coming up everyone is developing their opinions of the two candidates Barack Obama and John McCain, and of course their running mates Joe Biden and Sarah Palin. I personally believe that Americans should vote for Barack Obama. He posseses better leadership qualities...

  30. Usa Economy

    Date: 10/14/08 Name: Isha Gupta Type: Revision PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES’ POSITIONS ON ECONOMY “Economy”: the term alone represents the financial well being of 300 million people better known as the United States of America. This financial status has been a victim of recession since March, which is troublesome...