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Give students the opportunity to learn more about the 2016 Presidential Election, the candidates, and more through an exploration of the Scholastic and Time For Kids Election pages. Students can simply scan the included QR codes to go straight to the webpages. There is also a printable included in this pack for students to reflect and write about what they learned. If you'd like to make this activity easier or more challenging for your students, you can make changes on the TeacherSherpa…

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from ResearchParent.com

United States Presidential Election Lap Book

U.S. Presidential Election Lap Book - Free, printable lapbook template for learning about the United States presidential election process and candidates via @researchparent

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Hillary Killery Hitlery for Gitmo. Her supporters cannot come up with any accomplishments. This one here is an EXCELLENT start. Killery goes down in history as a Presidential Candidate with an FBI Criminal Investigation as a "history's first ever..." ~@guntotingkafir TRUMP 2016

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from The Huffington Post

Donald Trump's New 'Health' Secretary Wants To Destroy Medicare

Trumps newly appointed Secretary of Health Tom Price’s record on Medicare is sad. He actually said that “nothing has had a greater negative effect on the delivery of health care than the federal government’s intrusion into medicine through Medicare” and “we will not rest until we make certain that government-run health care is ended."

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The majority of Americans voted for Hillary Clinton. She won the popular vote by 1.7 MILLION votes; and they're still counting ballots. The electoral college votes on Dec 19th. There's still hope that Donald Trump will let his true Colors shine in the coming weeks and electoral college members will cast their votes, not with the state; but with the majority.

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from nytimes.com

Donald Trump’s Lies About the Popular Vote

It’s clear Trump feels threatened by Mrs. Clinton’s popular-vote lead — now more than 2.3 million and expected to exceed 2.5 million; as a percentage of the electorate, that is a wider vote margin than five presidents have won the presidency by. With support for third-party candidates added in, 54 percent of voters rejected Mr. Trump, over 72 million voters.

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Comparing the two women running for President of the United States in 2016. Hillary Clinton and Dr. Jill Stein. #JillStein2016 #ImWithHer #greenparty

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from BuzzFeed

19 Spot-On Tweets About Life That'll Definitely Make You Laugh

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