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Unformatted text preview: VOTING AND ELECTIONS American Political Sci 11/2/10 What is B?- You auto get the lesser benefit if the worst party wins. - B represents how much more you get if the best party wings - Asking a series of questions: How different are the taxes or abortion o For all the marbles…- B can be large or very small depending of the person. Thinking of this Election… imagaes of NY Times: pro Obama but other hand the opposite reaction and the scare- They think the B term is a big term What about C? What does it cost you to vote?- Depends on your social and eco situation- Time in waiting in line - Time of work - Gas and bus fare stamps- Baby Sitter - Information - Jury service- The Ads!!!!!!!!!! Report that spoke that the ads are overwhelming and cost the candidate B and C Manipulation- Voters offered free coffee, ice cream, bubbly, and sex toys- These are some of the freebies that companies are offering o Starbucks and Ben and Jerry’s Saving the Logic of Voting- Except for elections like 2000, P is probably small, B is not big enough and C is...
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This note was uploaded on 09/07/2011 for the course ENVD 3114 taught by Professor Pyatt during the Spring '10 term at University of Colorado Denver.
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