In the midst of making history...
By Jennifer Rodriguez
The Record, Hialeah, Fla.
Florida is heavily entangled in this election mess; it began here and will hopefully end here. Much of the controversy is, in fact, due to the
candidates' cries for democracy. They are screaming that the people’s votes should count.
Election 2000 becomes money fiasco
By Jeremy Ballard
Arklight Online, Arkansas City, Kan.
The most expensive presidential campaign in American history is
getting more so every day as ever-increasing amounts of money are pumped into the campaign to help pay for the recount
Presidential election creates student interest
By Nick Clatterbuck
Common Sense, Omaha, Neb.
Teaching about party platforms and the intricacies of the Electoral College became a lot easier for teachers as national news
coverage focused on what can sometimes be dull subjects for students.
With minor changes, Electoral College can still serve purpose
By Katy Milane
The Visor, Akron, Ohio.
Many are now calling for the abolition of the Electoral College and the establishment of a direct election system, but a slight reform would solve the problem.
Election 2000: scandalous actions?
By Andrea Ewing
The Priam, Worton, Md.
Is this not ridiculous? Democrats and Republicans are acting like a bunch of third graders fighting over who gets to read the
main character in reading class. Our country is making a fool of itself.