Electing a U.S. President
The president of the United States holds the most important office in the country. The person who is elected to fill this position represents the nation's highest commitment to the rule of law. The process by which this job is filled can be difficult for struggling readers to grasp, leaving them uninformed. With a focus on simple language and helpful graphics, this book makes the ins and outs of a presidential election easy to understand. Readers will be directed to the Constitution for ultimate guidance, but this primary source is explained with clear examples of its use, from the founding of the nation to modern times.