Who votes and why? Of those who vote, what factors influence how they vote? How does who votes impact the interests represented in public policy?
Marriott, David R. M&a Litigation, 2013. New York, N.Y: Practising Law Institute, 2013. Print.
Aarts, Kees, André Blais, and Hermann Schmitt. Political Leaders and Democratic Elections. Oxford: OUP Oxford, 2011. Internet resource. \
This book gives an elaboration of the impact of voters in policy implementation as shown by the civic movements and representation in the implementation of projects in the economy of a country. The book also states state that the rates of voting are greatly influenced by the interest and the ideas pertaining to activism and ideologies which are represented in various states of America.
Doherty, Brian. Ron Paul's Revolution: The Man and the Movement He Inspired. New York: Broadside Books, 2012. Internet resource.
Chapman, Mary, and Angela Mills. Treacherous Texts: An Anthology of U.s. Suffrage Literature, 1846-1946. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2011. Internet resource.
This book shows the challenges that the voters faced in the US in relation to voting. It clearly shows at a certain time in history specific minority groups like women and people from other racial grounds were denied the opportunity to participate in the public elections. This greatly affected the interest of people in voting where some considered it important while others saw it as a matter of little significance.
Chomsky, Noam, David Barsamian, and Arthur Naiman. How the World Works. Berkeley, CA: Soft Skull Press, 2011. Print.
This book outlines the rights and duties of the citizens in relation to voting. The book also states the process of civic education that individuals should go through in order to be allowed to register as voters in the US. The citizens must fully understand their constitutional rights in order to fully engage in the activity of voting especially in the public elections.
Hellmann, Olli. Political Parties and Electoral Strategy: The Development of Party Organization in East Asia. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011. Internet resource.
This book gives a clear elaboration on the role of political parties in influencing the voting rates in the US. The political parties in the US have a crucial role influencing the Americans to vote for them depending on their ideologies and manifestos as well as the policies they promise to implement in favor of the citizens and the general public welfare.
Kóczy, László A, and Miklós Pintér. The Men Who Weren't Even There: Legislative Voting with Absentees. Budapest: Institute of Economics, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, 2011. Internet resource.
Donovan, Colleen. The Impact of Political Institutions on Fiscal Decisions in the United States. Berkeley, CA, 2010. Print.
This book elaborates the role of political institutions in influencing the implementation of the policies in order to represent the interest of the voters .These insi8tutions therefore have a great influence in implementation of the fiscal policies and therefore the interest of the voters is well represented. The impact of voters is therefore reflected in the policies they put in place for the sake of the general public.
Engdahl, Sylvia. Amendment Xxvi: Lowering the Voting Age. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2010. Print.
This book is elaborate in giving reason and factors which influence the voting age in the US. Voting age is often is mostly affected by the ability of an individual to make decisions pertaining to the public interest therefore the age is a factor to ensure that the decisions made by individuals are worth making and will have positive as well realistic impact on the public.
Goerres, Achim, and Pieter Vanhuysse. Ageing Populations in Post-Industrial Democracies: Comparative Studies of Policies and Politics. London: Routledge, 2012. Print.
This book gives the information concerning the impact of old age in voting or participating in the public elections. The book also gives the statistical evidence that the old people may also tend to have low levels of participation and interest in the public elections in the US. This therefore affects the general number of participants in the public elections.
Maisel, Louis S, and Mark D. Brewer. Parties and Elections in America: The Electoral Process. Lanham, Md: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2012. Print.
This book elaborates and outlines the effects of the electrol process on the voters. The complex nature of the electoral process greatly affects the interest citizens to register s voters as well as participating in such elections. The electoral process is therefore one of the contributing factors for the low number of voters or participants in the public elections in the US.
Stephanidis, Constantine. Hci International 2013 Posters' Extended Abstracts: International Conference, Hci International 2013, Las Vegas, Nv, Usa, July 21-26, 2013, Proceedings. Berlin: Springer, 2013. Print.
This article gives facts and ideas of the political parties which influencing the number of people who votes in the US as well as the impact of voting turn out in implementation of the fiscal policies to reflect the ideologies of the political parties. The ideas of the political parties in the US have a great impact on the number of the people who votes throu9gh sensitization of ideas which has a direct impact on the people from specific groups of interest like women and children or people with disabilities.
Yeakey, Carol C. Living on the Boundaries: Urban Marginality in National and International Contexts. Bingley, U.K: Emerald, 2012. Print.
This book gives an elaboration of the effects of the marginalized groups in participating in the public elections of the US. The author argues that the marginalized groups in the US have low rate of voting due to the feeling of being not represented in the political arena. This therefore generally influences the impact of voters in implementation of the fiscal policies.
Allen, Nicholas, and John Bartle. Britain at the Polls 2010. Los Angeles: SAGE, 2011. Print.
This book gives the statistical evidence relating to the number and the groups of people who participates in the general elections. These statistics are very useful in determining who votes and their influence in implementation of the fiscal policies by the political parties which represents them.
Stonecash, Jeffrey M. New Directions in American Political Parties. Milton Park, Abingdon: Routledge, 2010. Print.