Electing Leaders by Tamra B. Orr

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Belmont, CA: Wadsworth/Thompson Learning, 2005. Perr y, Susan. Catch the Spirit: Teen Volunteers Tell How They Made a Difference. New York: Franklin Watts, 2000. S. S. Senate, 10–11, 23 volunteers, 17–18 voting, 4 water board, 5 Wichlinski, David, 7 About the Author Tamra Orr is a full-time writer and author living in the gorgeous Pacific Northwest. She loves her job because she learns more about the world ever y single day and then turns that information into pop quizzes for her patient and tolerant children (ages 16, 13, and 10).

People elected to office must also be ready to lead in times of crisis. This happened in 1993 when the Mississippi River flooded hundreds of miles of cities 28 21st CENTURY SKILLS LIBRARY and farmland along its borders. President Clinton sent in federal aid to help the people. He even visited the disaster area and talked to suffering people himself to help them get through the crisis. Whether it is snowstorms, floods, fires, hurricanes, droughts, volcanic eruptions, terrorists, or other disasters, people elected to office are expected to be at the forefront of those who deal with the situation.

Iraq, Haiti, Guinea, and Myanmar ranked as the worst. The United States ranked #20. he or she must work closely with the chief of police, the fire commissioner, and the city council. The same is true for state governments as well as the federal one. The people in those offices must spend the available money wisely. They must successfully address issues that are worrying to voters, such as gangs, unemployment, traffic congestion, property taxes, or a million other things. However, those who are elected to office need to remember that they were elected to serve the people, not the other way around!

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