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Explanation in Plain Language
An election is when you get to choose things like who runs the county or things near where you live.
An election is when you get to choose things like who runs the county or things near where you live.


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== Detailed explanation ==
== Detailed explanation ==


We can choose the people who run things, the people who run the country or things near where we live.  
We can choose the people who run things,  
 
the people who run the country or things near where we live.  


We can choose the people we think would do a good job.  
We can choose the people we think would do a good job.  


When we get to choose people who run things it is sometimes called an election
When we get to choose people who run things it is sometimes called an election.





Revision as of 14:48, 5 May 2016

An election is when you get to choose things like who runs the county or things near where you live.


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Detailed explanation

We can choose the people who run things,

the people who run the country or things near where we live.

We can choose the people we think would do a good job.

When we get to choose people who run things it is sometimes called an election.

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