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I am a french student and our social science teacher has organized a debate on the French and American presidential campaigns. I am going to defend the american presidential campaign and so I would like to know where I can find information on how the whole campaign went, how did the candidates get their funds, how did they spread their ideas, "advertise" themselves (if I may say so), were there debates on TV, how many, how often, and who funds for the debates, for the meetings, does it come from the governments or a special comity? And who works alongside the candidate, how many of them are there, what do they do? etc Thanks in advance for the answers Bonjour a tous. Je participerai à un débat mardi sur les elections présidentielles franco-américaines. Je cherche des informations pour mieux connaître le systeme electorale aux Etats-Unis et de créer des arguments défendant l'election presidentielle aux Etats-Unis. Les question pour ce sujet peuvent se poser elle-meme, d'ou vient l'argent pour la campagne, comment propagent-ils leurs idées, combien y a-t-il d'adhérent et comment ont-ils contribué a aider leurs candidats? Et quelles sont les differences (si vous vous y connaissez vraiment en politique) entre les élections francaises et americaines? Merci d'avance

Asked By: amaurydw - 11/23/2008
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This may take a while to answer. First, every campaign needs 4 things: a Political Consultant, a Fundraiser, a Press Secretary, and a Campaign Manager... More
Answered By: LaFemmeNakkitta - 11/23/2008
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That's a whole lot of information you need, monsieur... More
Answered By: bloodbath - 11/23/2008
 
you could start with wiki, always an excellent source of information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2008
Answered By: PAULO - 11/23/2008
 
if you can write the above question in French, I will respond to you in French in details.....
Answered By: Lucy2 - 11/23/2008
 
Salut! tu es tres bon en anglais pour un etudiant francais. (mon francais n'est pas tres bon) well anyway um here wiki had the greatest amount of info all in one place: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_presidential_election,_2008
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Answered By: ☼DIOR☼ - 11/23/2008
 
You may also wish to check www.conservapedia.com as the wikipedia website is owned by liberals and they tend to ensure that bias is part of the information
Answered By: Lily K - 11/23/2008
 
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