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31 U.S. Code § 3727 - Assignments of claims
In subsection (a)(1), the words “or share thereof” and “whether absolute or conditional, and whatever may be the consideration therefor” are omitted as surplus. In clause (2), the word “authorization” is substituted for “powers of attorney, orders, or other authorities” to eliminate unnecessary words.
In subsections (b) and (c), the word “official” is substituted for “officer” for consistency in the revised title and with other titles of the United States Code.
In subsection (b), the words “Except as hereinafter provided” are omitted as unnecessary. The words “read and” are omitted as surplus. The words “to the person acknowledging the same” are omitted as unnecessary. The text of 31:203(1st par. last sentence) is omitted as superseded by 39:410. The words “Notwithstanding any law to the contrary governing the validity of assignments ” and the text of 31:203(last par.) are omitted as unnecessary.
In subsection (c), before clause (1), the words “bank, trust company, or other . . . including any Federal lending agency” are omitted as surplus. The words “of money due or to become due under a contract providing for payments totaling at least $1,000” are substituted for “in any case in which the moneys due or to become due from the United States or from any agency or department thereof, under a contract providing for payments aggregating $1,000 or more” to eliminate unnecessary words. The text of 31:203(2d par. proviso cl. 1) is omitted as executed. In clause (1), the words “in the case of any contract entered into after October 9, 1940 ” are omitted as executed. In clause (2)(A), the words “payable under such contract” are omitted as surplus. In clause (3), the words “true” and “instrument of” are omitted as surplus. The words “department or” are omitted because of the restatement. The words “if any” and “to make payment” are omitted as surplus.
In subsection (d), before clause (1), the words “During a war or national emergency proclaimed by the President or declared by law and ended by proclamation or law” are substituted for “in time of war or national emergency proclaimed by the President (including the national emergency proclaimed December 16, 1950 ) or by Act or joint resolution of the Congress and until such war or national emergency has been terminated in such manner” to eliminate unnecessary words. The words “ Department of Energy (when carrying out duties and powers formerly carried out by the Atomic Energy Commission)” are substituted for “Atomic Energy Commission” (which was reconstituted as the Energy Research and Development Administration by 42:5813 and 5814) because of 42:7151(a) and 7293. The words “other department or . . . of the United States . . . except any such contract under which full payment has been made” and “of any moneys due or to become due under such contract” before “shall not be subject” are omitted as surplus. The words “A payment subsequently due under the contract (even after the war or emergency is ended) shall be paid to the assignee without” are substituted for “and if such provision or one to the same general effect has been at any time heretofore or is hereafter included or inserted in any such contract, payments to be made thereafter to an assignee of any moneys due or to become due under such contract, whether during or after such war or emergency . . . hereafter” to eliminate unnecessary words. The words “of any nature” are omitted as surplus. In clause (1), the words “or any department or agency thereof” are omitted as unnecessary. In clause (2), the words “under any renegotiation statute or under any statutory renegotiation article in the contract” are omitted as surplus.
Subsection (e)(1) is substituted for 31:203(4th par.) to eliminate unnecessary words.
In subsection (e)(2), the words “person receiving an amount under an assignment or allotment” are substituted for “assignees, transferees, or allottees” for clarity and consistency. The words “or to others for them” and “with respect to such assignments , transfers, or allotments or the use of such moneys” are omitted as surplus. The words “person making the assignment or allotment” are substituted for “assignors, transferors, or allotters” for clarity and consistency.
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(i)No Assignment of Claims. Neither ACLP, nor any other ACLP Releasor, nor anyone acting on any of their behalves, has ever sold, assigned, transferred, conveyed or otherwise disposed of all or any part of the ACLP Released Claims released thereby hereunder, whether known or unknown.
05/27/2020 (Summit Wireless Technologies, Inc.)
9.No Assignment of Claims. Each set of parties represents and warrants to the other that it has not heretofore assigned or transferred, or purported to assign or transfer to any person or entity any claims that it might have against the other.
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13. Indemnity Regarding Assignment of Claims. Executive represents and warrants that Executive has not heretofore assigned or transferred, or purported to assign or transfer, to any person, entity, or individual whatsoever any of the released claims. Executive agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Company and its agents, heirs, executors, and assigns against any claim, demand, debt, obligation, liability, cost, expense, right of action, or cause of action based on, arising out of, or in connection with any such transfer or assignment or purported transfer or assignment.
08/08/2017 (B. Riley Financial, Inc.)
9. No Assignment of Claims. Employee hereby represents and warrants that Employee has not previously assigned or purported to assign or transfer to any person or entity any of the claims or causes of action herein released.
02/02/2017 (InvenSense Inc)
No Assignment of Claims.Casella warrants that he has not transferred to any other person or entity any of the rights or causes of action released in this Agreement.
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8. No Assignment of Claims. The Parties each acknowledge and represent that they have not assigned any claim arising out of and/or in connection with the Asset Purchase Agreement and/or Side Letter Agreement Dated May 24, 2018 to any third party prior to the date of this Agreement. The Parties acknowledge and represent that they have not assigned any claim arising out of and/or in connection with the Asset Purchase Agreement and/or Side Letter Agreement Dated May 24, 2018 to any third party prior to the date of this Settlement Agreement.
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An AOB is intended to make things quicker and easier on policyholders. Since insurance claims can get a little tricky, it can be challenging and time-consuming to navigate, especially if you've never had to file a claim in the past.
For a car claim, signing an AOB means you just drop off your ride to get repaired and pick it up when it's done. The vendor then sorts out the details of getting paid by your insurance. Pretty straightforward, right?
But using an AOB doesn't mean "risk free." This is why you should thoroughly read and understand any document put in front of you during a claim.
AOB challenges for insurance policyholders
While an AOB authorizes the third party to act, one problem with removing yourself from the claim process is that now you're not part of the claim process. Not such a big deal if your repairs get done on time and to your satisfaction. But what if you have questions about your repairs? What if there's an unexpected delay?
When you sign an AOB for your insurance policy, the repair shop or contractor becomes the policy beneficiary for the claim — not you. As a result, you may lose transparency and control over your claim. Your insurance company may even be limited in what it can do to help.
This underlines why it's so important to know and understand what you are signing. It can impact what rights you have during a claim.
Let's say you had a leak in your home and begin work with a contractor to repair the damage and manage the claim on your behalf. Maybe the work stalled or you were presented with explanations of the scope of work. Something may seem fishy and you want to get to a resolution. Signing an AOB may limit what your insurance company can tell you or do to support you.
Unfortunately, AOBs have been associated with fraud and increased litigation in some states. The aggregate impact of inflated claims costs and lawsuits ultimately may impact policyholders with increased premiums or poor claims experiences.
What should you do when filing a claim?
First and foremost, contact your insurance company. They can provide next steps for your situation. Take pictures of your home or vehicle and document what happened as best as you are able. If you go direct to a vendor or contractor first, read and understand any documents that require your signature.
Second, know who you're doing business with. Find reputable vendors or seek direction from your insurance company if there is a preferred vendor to use. AOBs are legally binding, and they can give vendors power to exaggerate the scope of your claim, with or without your knowledge. So, it's important to work with a vendor you can trust.
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Always keep an eye out for AOB clauses on any document from a third-party vendor to make sure to weigh out the pros and cons. Don't unknowingly sign away your rights or policy benefits.
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The research considers the category of reasonable balance of interests in the context of civil relations. The authors of the article highlight the need to restrict permissibility as a method of civil regulation aimed at protecting the rights and interests of the weaker party in some legal relations. A reasonable balance of interests is ensured by laws and agreements, whose conditions become the subject of a judicial dispute in the absence of a mandatory rule. The authors have analyzed judicial acts conditioned by the need to maintain a reasonable balance of interests. As a result, they have determined that the first condition for applying the fair balance principle is the equivalence of counter-performance in the absence of both excessive benefits and excessive losses for the parties. The second condition is the party-related division in some civil relations. The authors have concluded that the risks of negative consequences should not be borne only by the weaker party if the latter could not reasonably foresee the consequences upon concluding the relevant agreement. Methods. The study is based on the comparative analysis of the Russian scientific doctrine and judicial practice. The main approach to the analysis of the legal tools in question is the method of system analysis. In addition, the authors used the structural-functional method and general scientific methods of cognition. The study aims at determining the principle of a reasonable balance of interests in civil law, its essence, necessity and expediency in the system of law enforcement. The authors aim to define conditions for applying legal norms to achieve a reasonable balance of interests among all parties in disputed legal relations. Results. The study results let the authors claim that the risks of negative consequences should not be borne only by the weaker party if it could not reasonably foresee such consequences upon concluding the agreement and the imbalance of interests among parties in civil-legal relations is caused by the violation by one or another party of the principles of fair practice and reasonableness . Although a reasonable balance of interests is a counterweight to the principles of contractual freedom and free will, courts should apply it to ensure the right of justice.
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The classic insurance company work model with gamma-distribution of claim amount is considered. It is supposed that the company applies a dividend barrier strategy. The form of the expected discounted dividends accumulated until the ruin and the expected discounted deficit at the ruin are found. We deal with the optimal barriers which maximize either the dividends amount or shareholders profit. The barrier optimization is illustrated by some examples.
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Essay on My Vote My Right
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Voting is a fundamental right of every citizen. It’s our way to voice our opinions and choose our leaders.
Importance of Voting
Voting is crucial for democracy. It allows us to select competent leaders and hold them accountable.
Responsibility of Citizens
As responsible citizens, we should use our voting rights wisely. It’s our duty to vote for the betterment of our society.
In conclusion, our vote is our right. We should value it and use it responsibly to shape our country’s future.
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The significance of voting.
Voting is not just a right; it is a privilege and a responsibility. It is the most potent nonviolent tool or weapon in a democratic society. We make choices about the leaders who will shape the policy and direction of our communities, our countries, and our world.
The Power of a Single Vote
Many may argue that a single vote does not make a difference. However, history is replete with instances where the destiny of nations was changed by a single vote. It is the collective power of individual votes that shapes the outcome of an election. Every vote counts in the democratic process.
The Impact of Not Voting
When we choose not to vote, we surrender our voice. We let others decide our future. The consequences can be dire, leading to the election of leaders not aligned with our values or the enactment of policies that negatively affect our lives.
My Vote, My Right
The right to vote is a fundamental aspect of civil liberties and human rights. It is a direct way for citizens to influence governmental decisions. It is our right to vote that safeguards our democracy, ensuring that power truly belongs to the people.
The act of voting is a declaration of our commitment to democracy, to one another, and to the principles of liberty and justice. It is an affirmation that we value our right to make choices about who governs us and how we are governed. My vote, indeed, is my right.
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Introduction: the power of a single vote.
The right to vote is a cornerstone of any democratic society. It is through this right that citizens participate in the democratic process, choosing representatives who align with their beliefs and values. The phrase “My Vote, My Right” encapsulates this principle, emphasizing the personal power and responsibility inherent in the act of voting.
The Concept of Voting Rights
Voting rights are more than just a legal entitlement; they are a reflection of a society’s commitment to equality and justice. They ensure that all citizens, regardless of their socio-economic status, race, or gender, have a say in the political direction of their country. In essence, voting rights are a manifestation of the democratic principle that power ultimately resides with the people.
Historical Perspective and Struggle
The struggle for voting rights has been a long and arduous journey. From the suffragette movement that fought for women’s voting rights to the Civil Rights movement that sought to end racial discrimination in voting, history is replete with instances of people battling for this fundamental right. These struggles underscore the importance of voting rights and serve as a reminder that they should never be taken for granted.
The Impact of a Single Vote
The power of a single vote should not be underestimated. There have been numerous instances in history where elections have been decided by a handful of votes. Each vote contributes to the final outcome, and hence, each vote matters. It is through the collective power of individual votes that societal change is brought about.
Challenges to Voting Rights
Despite the importance of voting rights, they are often under threat. Voter suppression, disenfranchisement, and gerrymandering are some of the tactics used to undermine the democratic process. It is the responsibility of every citizen to stay vigilant against such threats and to fight for the preservation and expansion of voting rights.
The Role of Youth in Upholding Voting Rights
As the future leaders of society, college students play a crucial role in upholding voting rights. They can do this by educating themselves and others about the importance of voting, participating in peaceful protests against voter suppression, and most importantly, by exercising their right to vote. By doing so, they can ensure that the democratic process remains robust and representative of the people’s will.
Conclusion: My Vote, My Right
In conclusion, the phrase “My Vote, My Right” is not just a statement of a legal entitlement, but a declaration of personal power and responsibility. It is a call to action for every citizen to participate in the democratic process, and a reminder that the power to shape society lies in our hands. Whether we choose to exercise this power or not, the consequences will be ours to bear. Therefore, let us not take our voting rights for granted, but instead, use them to create a society that reflects our values and aspirations.
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Introduction: Essay on My vote My right: Voting is not merely a civic duty; it is a fundamental right and a powerful tool for shaping the future of a nation. The ability to cast a vote is the cornerstone of a democratic society, allowing citizens to express their opinions, select their representatives and influence the course of their country. In this essay, we will explore the significance of the phrase “my vote, my right” and delve into the reasons why voting is crucial for upholding democracy, promoting social change and ensuring a government that reflects the will of the people.
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Voting serves as a bedrock of democracy, providing citizens with a peaceful and inclusive means to participate in the decision-making process. It enables individuals to choose their leaders, voice their concerns and hold their elected officials accountable. By exercising our right to vote, we contribute to the democratic principles of equality, freedom and justice, ensuring that power remains in the hands of the people rather than being concentrated in a select few.
Every citizen possesses unique perspectives, values and aspirations that deserve to be heard. Voting empowers individuals to express their political voice, irrespective of their background or social status. It is a platform for marginalized communities, allowing them to advocate for their rights and interests. By casting our vote, we become active participants in the democratic process, shaping policies that affect our lives and our society as a whole.
History has shown that voting has been a catalyst for significant social change. From the suffragette movement to the civil rights struggle, marginalized groups have fought tirelessly to secure the right to vote and ensure their voices are heard. By exercising our voting rights, we honor their legacy and contribute to ongoing efforts to create a more inclusive and equitable society. Every vote has the power to challenge the status quo, advocate for positive reforms, and address the pressing issues of our time, such as climate change, inequality and human rights.
Voting enables citizens to shape public policy and influence the direction of their nation. Elected officials are responsible for making decisions that affect education, healthcare, economy and many other critical areas. By participating in elections, we can elect representatives who align with our values and priorities, ensuring that our concerns are represented in the policymaking process. Furthermore, by voting consistently and staying engaged beyond election cycles, we can hold our elected officials accountable for their actions and work towards a government that is responsive to the needs of its citizens.
Voting is an important means of protecting our civil liberties and protecting the rights enshrined in constitutions and legal frameworks. Elected officials have the power to shape laws and policies that affect our freedom of speech, assembly, religion, and various other individual rights. By exercising our vote, we can elect representatives who prioritize the protection of civil liberties, while ensuring that our fundamental rights are upheld and protected.
A diverse and representative government is essential to a thriving democracy. Voting allows us to contribute to the structure of legislative bodies and executive offices, ensuring that they reflect the rich tapestry of our society. By voting for candidates from diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, genders and ideologies, we promote a government that is more inclusive, sensitive to diverse viewpoints and able to address the diverse needs and concerns of populations.
Voting is a powerful tool for combating authoritarianism and extremism within a society. By actively participating in elections, we can prevent the rise of repressive regimes or extremist groups that threaten democratic values. Our votes can contribute to the establishment of checks and balances, foster a system of accountability and protect democratic institutions from erosion.
The act of voting encourages civic engagement and fosters a sense of responsibility among citizens. It serves as a catalyst for increased political awareness and encourages individuals to become informed about issues, policies and candidates. Voting requires us to stay engaged with current events, research different viewpoints, and make informed choices. This engagement leads to a more informed electorate, which strengthens the overall democratic process.
Voting is not limited to national elections; This is equally important at the local and regional levels. Local elections for mayors, council members and other officials directly affect our communities, determining policies related to infrastructure, education, public safety and more. By participating in these elections, we can shape our immediate environment and contribute to the well-being of our neighborhoods and cities.
Voting is not only about the present but also about the future. By exercising our right to vote, we set a powerful example for future generations by emphasizing the importance of active citizenship and democratic participation. Our commitment to voting inspires young people to engage in the political process, empowers them to be agents of change and ensures the longevity of democratic principles.
Finally, voting is a fundamental right that empowers individuals to shape the course of their nation, protect their rights and contribute to positive social change. By recognizing the importance of “my vote, my right,” we can collectively strengthen democracy, promote representation and build a more just and inclusive society. Let us accept our responsibility to vote and fulfill our role as active and engaged citizens.
Conclusion: “My vote, my right” encapsulates the essence of democracy—an individual’s ability to contribute to the collective decisions that shape a nation’s destiny. Voting is not only a right but also a responsibility bestowed upon us as citizens. It is an opportunity to have a say in the governance of our country, safeguard our rights and advocate for positive change. By embracing the power of our vote, we can foster an inclusive society, protect democratic principles and build a better future for generations to come. Let us never underestimate the impact of our vote and exercise our right to vote with dedication, knowledge and conviction.
Essay on My Vote My Right : Empowering Democracy
Voting is a powerful expression of citizenship and an essential right in any democratic society. The phrase “My vote, my right” reflects the importance of this fundamental act. It highlights the individual’s ownership and agency over their vote, emphasizing the important role it plays in shaping a nation’s future.
First, voting is a cornerstone of democracy. It allows citizens to actively participate in the decision-making process and choose their representatives. By casting our vote, we contribute to the principles of equality and fairness, ensuring that power remains with the people rather than concentrated in the hands of a few. By exercising our right to vote, we actively defend the democratic values on which our society is built.
Second, voting provides a platform for our political voices to be heard. Every citizen has unique viewpoints and interests that deserve to be represented. By participating in elections, we ensure that our concerns, values and aspirations find a place in the policy making process. Regardless of our background or social status, voting empowers us to advocate for our rights and contribute to the diverse tapestry of opinion within a democracy.
Furthermore, voting is a catalyst for social change. Marginalized groups throughout history have fought for the right to vote, recognizing its transformative potential. By casting our vote, we honor his struggle and continue his legacy. Voting enables us to challenge the status quo, advocate for positive reforms, and address issues such as inequality, human rights, and environmental sustainability. Every vote has the power to accelerate progress and shape a more just and equitable society.
Furthermore, voting reinforces public policy. Elected officials are responsible for making decisions that affect important aspects of our lives, including education, health care, and the economy. By participating in elections, we ensure that the people who represent us are in line with our values and priorities. Through our votes, we can elect leaders who are committed to serving the needs of the people and holding them accountable for their actions.
Ultimately, “My Vote, My Right” encapsulates the essence of democratic citizenship. Voting is not just a privilege; It is a responsibility and a powerful tool for change. By exercising our right to vote, we contribute to preserving democracy, amplifying our political voice and driving positive change in our society. Let us recognize the importance of our vote and actively engage in the democratic process, knowing that our actions today can shape the future of our country for generations to come.
Voting is a fundamental right and the cornerstone of democracy. The phrase “My vote, my right” sums up the essence of the importance of this act. It emphasizes the ownership and agency of individuals over their vote, highlighting its important role in shaping the future of a nation.
The right to vote is the essence of democracy. It enables citizens to actively participate in the decision-making process and elect their representatives. By voting, we contribute to the principles of equality and fairness, ensuring that power remains in the hands of the people. “My Vote, My Right” reminds us of our responsibility to uphold the democratic values on which our society is built.
Voting is a symbol of political expression. It allows individuals to have a voice in the governance of their country. Regardless of our background or social status, voting empowers us to advocate for our interests and values. It ensures that our concerns are represented and addressed by those in power. By exercising our right to vote, we contribute to a diversity of viewpoints within a democracy.
Furthermore, voting is a catalyst for social change. It has been instrumental in the struggle for civil rights and equality throughout history. By casting our vote, we honor the legacy of those who fought for this right. Our votes have the power to challenge the status quo, spur positive reforms, and address important issues like inequality and human rights.
Conclusion, “My vote, my right” is the essence of democratic participation. Voting is not only a privilege but also a responsibility. It empowers us to shape the future of our country, raise our voice and bring positive change in the society. Knowing that our votes have the potential to make a lasting impact on the democratic fabric of our nation, let us cherish and exercise our right to vote.
Essay on My vote My right: The right to vote is a fundamental pillar of democracy, serving as the cornerstone of civic participation. It empowers citizens to voice their opinions, select their leaders, and shape the future of their nation. “My vote, my right” encapsulates the essence of this democratic privilege, emphasizing that the act of voting is not merely a choice but a duty, an assertion of one’s rights and responsibilities.
- A Pillar of Democracy: The act of voting is central to the functioning of any democratic society. It is through this action that individuals play a crucial role in the governance of their nation. Their vote ensures that the government remains accountable and responsive to the needs of its citizens.
- A Voice in Decision-Making: “My vote, my right” signifies that every citizen’s voice matters. It is the tool that empowers people to influence the course of their country, advocate for their values, and bring about change. In a democracy, no one’s opinion should be marginalized and voting ensures equal participation.
- Responsibility and Accountability: With the right to vote comes the responsibility to make informed choices. “My vote, my right” highlights the obligation to be aware of the issues and candidates, ensuring that one’s vote contributes to the greater good. It also holds elected officials accountable for their actions.
- Protecting Liberties: Voting is not just a right but a means to protect all other rights and freedoms. It safeguards against the erosion of democratic principles and ensures that the government respects the rule of law, individual rights and social justice.
“My vote, my right” underscores the significance of voting in a democracy. It is the vehicle through which citizens actively participate in shaping their nation’s future, upholding their rights and fostering accountability. To fully appreciate the privilege of voting, we must exercise this right with informed decisions, commitment and a keen sense of responsibility, thereby preserving and strengthening our democratic institutions.
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The right to vote is a fundamental cornerstone of any democracy. It represents the voice and will of the people, ensuring that their concerns, hopes and values are represented in the government. “My vote, my right” encapsulates this vital democratic principle.
Voting empowers citizens to influence the direction of their nation, elect representatives and hold leaders accountable. It transcends individual choices, symbolizing collective responsibility. The exercise of this right is a testament to the hard-fought battles for suffrage, a privilege not to be taken for granted.
“My vote, my right” underscores the importance of civic engagement, reminding us that each ballot cast is a step towards shaping a more just and equitable society. It is not just a right; it is a duty and a privilege that should be exercised with care and consideration for the betterment of our communities and our nation.
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My Vote: My Responsibility, Opinion, Future and Freedom
It’s not just my vote. It is my responsibility.
The right to vote was fought for. Blood, sweat, and tears drenched. The heros before me sacrificing more than I can fathom. Fighting for what they deserved. Not worrying about the effects of their life, but considering how it would benefit generations to come. Knowing it was unfair, knowing it was their right, knowing they needed change. The shame that would come to their faces today. Seeing all their dedication and sacrifice be wasted by not using our right. So go vote!
It’s an ability to show my opinion.
My vote is my voice! Make my voice heard. I want my opinion to matter. I want people to know my side of the story. Assumptions are dangerous. If I do not reveal my perspective, others will do it for me. That is something I can not live with. Something I won’t live with. Something you should not live with either. So go vote!
It’s a way to shape my future and the future of the world.
My world is dying. I am not talking about the nature of the Earth. Yet, about the nature of people. My world is diseased from corruption. It has seen a turn in human nature. I no longer worry about how I will get food to eat. But worry about how it will get stolen. My world is being taken, and I mean to save it. I want to shape my own future. Not allow it to be carved by the more powerful. I want my vote to transform my world into the best it can be. Then it can be the best for everyone. So go vote!
It’s a way to show my freedom.
I am free. We are all free. America, the land of the free, yet I see most as caged in. Like a lion in a circus, it is being held back from it’s true potential. I am responsible for how others view me, my country, and my freedom. Don’t forget it is your responsibility too. You need to vote!
This is essay about what my vote means to me. And is an encouragment for everyone to vote.
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About Vote for Our Future!
In this charming and powerful picture book about voting and elections, the students of Stanton Elementary School learn how we can find–and use –our voices for change. Every two years, on the first Tuesday of November, Stanton Elementary School closes for the day. For vacation? Nope! For repairs? No way! Stanton Elementary School closes so that it can transform itself into a polling station. People can come from all over to vote for the people who will make laws for the country. Sure, the Stanton Elementary School students might be too young to vote themselves, but that doesn’t mean they can’t encourage their parents, friends, and family to vote! After all, voting is how this country sees change–and by voting today, we can inspire tomorrow’s voters to change the future.
About Margaret McNamara
MARGARET McNAMARA is the award-winning author of four picture books about Mr. Tiffin’s class: How Many Seeds in a Pumpkin?; The Apple Orchard Riddle; Poem in your Pocket; and most recently, The Dinosaur Expert. She was married at St. Michael’s Church in… More about Margaret McNamara
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Praise for Margaret McNamara’s Vote for Our Future! “Essential—the energetic narrative and uplifting illustrations will inspire and empower young readers to get out the vote.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review “ An exhilarating tribute to junior grassroots organizing that might just inspire a Get an Adult to Vote movement.” — Publishers Weekly Praise for Margaret McNamara’s The Dinosaur Expert : “A pivotal moment in a child’s life, handled with grace and sensitivity rather than conflict or ineffective lecturing.” — Kirkus Reviews, starred review “A beautifully crafted picture book.” — Booklist, starred review “This story is illustrated with great care and attention to detail from page one, and the text and artwork work together in harmony to bring home powerful messages about gender equality, evolving to improve, and being careful with the feelings of others.” — School Library Journal, starred review
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Why My Vote Matters Essay: Quick Tips With Sample
Whether you are a high school or college student, you will vote at one point for your class representatives or college leaders. That is why most lecturers would give their students an essay on “why my vote matters.” The intention of such a paper is not only to help students improve their writing skills. It is also for the instructors to gauge if the students understand the importance of such a process.
Therefore, we will explore some of the “why my vote matters” essay requirements in the expert sample below. I hope that you will get to draw the most out of it and also get inspired to craft one of your own.
Why My Vote Matters Essay Sample
“As we approach Election Day, the question in the minds of many is, “why does my vote matter?” Many citizens, students included grapple with this question because of the political trends in their countries. The legislative seats seem to be set aside for certain dynasties. In the end, this does not reflect the choice of the people. However, your vote matters despite all these unpleasant shortcomings. First of all, voting is a democratic right of every citizen. The right to vote is in the constitution of almost every country under the sun. The vote you cast in that ballot reflects your voice. Therefore, declining to vote is suppressing your voice. With that single vote, you get to decide who to represent you in government or as your president. Mark you, all these people are vital in making critical resolutions that can either shape or destroy your country. It lets you find capable leaders who would spearhead the nation’s plan, such as development and uniting the people. You are thus in control of who gets to the national government, state government, and local government. You do this in recognition of the common factors that affect you and your desire to see them changed or improved. Further, voting is a symbol of unity. Have you ever thought of how the rain falls in droplets, yet it is also to cause floods that wreak havoc in many places? Well, the secret lies in the unity of the single droplets. That is the same case when each of us individually comes out to vote during elections, whether at college or national level. When people work together, they can achieve more than it would have been with a handful of them. A better future would only be possible by the contribution of every voice in the nation which is necessitated by the votes cast. Understanding the essence of voting plays a significant role in enhancing this unity. Imagine the large numbers that would queue on the voting day from all prospects and walks of life if all of us went out to vote! It would show that although we all have different opinions, we can come together and arrive at an amicable decision. When you step out to vote, you show pride in your country. There is nothing much more pleasing and thrilling as having pride in your country. Well, most people would say that playing for your country’s national team, lifting the country’s national flag, or participating in civic events is the only way to show pride. Voting does matter too. Because it is one of your country’s activities, participating in it would show how much you love your country. Let’s take this scenario, imagine your father brings home several t-shirts bearing the family’s name at the back. Everyone picks up one save for you. What message would that send to every other member of your family? They would take it that you don’t love your family and that’s why you didn’t pick a t-shirt for yourself. In conclusion, your vote matters; it doesn’t matter how high or low your social class is in society. Whether you are physically disabled or fully fit, that is not an excuse to refrain from voting. Your vote is like a precious pearl to you and your country. So when the next elections come up, get out there and vote! Let your voice be heard in the making of your nation by that single vote. Do not let someone else decide who to lead you or make decisions for you in government. You can do it! It is possible!”
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Voting Awareness Essay
The voting awareness essay is an article that discusses voting and its importance. It provides information about voting and how to be a responsible voter. A lot of people want to vote, but many are not aware of its need and how to cast it. This is where voting awareness comes into play. The idea of voting awareness is to help people understand the importance of voting. Voting is an important way for voters to control their government. It is a method for citizens to express what they want from their leaders by raising awareness about voting. This will lead to better governance and what everyone wants – a democracy that is free, fair and representative.
Voting helps citizens become more involved in their government and keep it accountable. To vote, you must meet specific requirements. In addition to voting, there are a few laws that ensure fair elections around the world. BYJU’S short essay on voting awareness helps us understand the vote’s significance.
Voting is an integral part of democracy, and it is necessary for people to have a voice. Everyone has the right to vote, which means that all Indians can vote for the Prime Minister of their choice. By voting, you can create change and make a difference in your community. It is also important to vote because you can only repeal a law if most citizens agree with it.
Voting is one way to be more civically engaged with your government. It is vital to make a difference in the world by having your voice heard and representing the views of people who don’t have a voice. If you want to create change, voting is an excellent way. Voting in election helps citizens ensure that the country is granted better rights and protection.
Voting is an important civic duty that can significantly impact the future of our country. Voting helps keep politicians accountable for their actions and creates the framework for our democracy. Voting also ensures that public officials are paid with the tax amount from the people who can afford to pay them. The most consequential decision of all is how to spend tax – voting ensures that there is accountability for what goes into our government’s budget. The last thing we want is for politicians to be able to spend public money without being held accountable by the public’s vote.
To conclude, this is BYJU’S voting awareness essay for kids to help them understand the significance of voting in a democracy. Voting gives citizens a voice and an opportunity to participate in the democratic process. Voting also allows everyone to contribute to the shared democracy and make the government more representative of the people. For more kids learning activities like worksheets , poems etc., visit BYJU’S website.
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In India, a person can start voting once they turn 18.
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We should vote to let our voices be heard and ensure that what we want is put into effect. Voting is one of the fundamental rights our country offers us.
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Voting is like choosing your favorite ice cream flavor, but it’s even cooler because it affects everyone. It’s not just about picking a leader; it’s about shaping the future of your community, your country, and even the world.
My Vote is My Voice: Making a Difference
Democracy is like a giant puzzle where each piece represents a person’s voice. When we vote, it’s like adding our puzzle pieces to make the picture complete. Every vote matters because it helps decide what’s best for everyone.
The Right to Choose – A Treasure We Hold
Having the right to vote is like finding a golden ticket to a chocolate factory. It’s not just a privilege; it’s a responsibility. We’re lucky to live in a place where our voices can be heard, and we should treasure that.
How It All Works – The Voting Process
The voting process is like following a recipe to bake the perfect cake. It might seem a bit complex, but it’s worth it. We register to vote, learn about the candidates and their ideas, and then cast our vote on Election Day.
Be an Informed Voter – Knowledge Is Power
Being an informed voter is like being a detective searching for clues. It’s not just about choosing randomly; it’s about understanding what each candidate stands for. We can research, attend debates, and ask questions to make informed decisions.
Why Our Vote Matters – Real-Life Impact
Our vote is like a ripple in a pond, creating waves of change. It’s not just a small ‘X’ on a piece of paper; it’s a step towards a better future. When we vote, we can influence laws, policies, and the direction our society takes.
Making History – The Right to Be Heard
Voting is like writing your own chapter in a history book. It’s not just about following the crowd; it’s about standing up for what you believe in. Throughout history, people fought for the right to vote, and now it’s our turn to make history.
The Power of Unity – Coming Together
When we vote, it’s like joining a team with the same goal – to make our world a better place. It’s not just about “me”; it’s about “we.” Our voices combined can create real change and solve big problems.
Celebrate Your Voice – Election Day
Election Day is like a big party where everyone’s invited, and the main course is democracy. It’s not just about casting your vote; it’s about celebrating the power of your voice. So, mark your calendar, and let’s make a difference!
The Journey Continues – Our Ongoing Responsibility
Voting isn’t a one-time thing; it’s like a never-ending adventure. It’s not just about one election; it’s about being a responsible citizen every day. We can stay informed, engage in our communities, and inspire others to vote.
Conclusion: Be the Change
Our vote is like a flashlight that can light up the darkest corners of our society. It’s not just about wishing for a better world; it’s about taking action to create it. So, let’s remember that our vote is our voice, and together, we can make a difference.
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National Voters Awareness Contest — My Vote is my Future -Power of One Vote.
A national voter awareness contest- ‘My Vote is my Future- Power of One Vote’ was also launched to reiterate the importance of every vote through creative expression for the ongoing Assembly Elections 2022. With a host of categories like Song, Slogan, Quiz, Video Making and Poster Design, the contest will be open to all and participants will be able to send their entries till 31st March 2022. The winners shall be presented with exciting cash prizes and accolades.
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“Your one vote has the power to build a new India,
Give your vote, and be proud to be a voter”.
Never underestimate the power of your vote as it can change everything.
Voting is not only our right, it is our power.
A man without a vote is a man without protection.
Voting is as much a sentimental act, as it is an intellectual one.
Make the future bright votes for what’s right has a vision make the right decision.
Voting is not an easy thing, A single vote decides the future of a nation.
It’s my vote, it’s my right, it’s my voice.
Leadership is not about the next election, it is about the next generation.
Your one vote has the power to build a new India.
My vote, my voice, my power.
Now it’s time to vote for a better country, better India.
We all citizens of India must vote for our mother India.
My vote is not for sale.
Electoral literacy is for a stronger democracy.
When you vote, you vote for a better future.
If you don’t cast your vote, you lose the right to protect yourself.
One vote has the power to bring the change.
We all citizens of India must vote for the country.
the ballet is stronger than the bullet.
Each and every vote is of great importance as it has the potential to change the world.
Voting is our right and it is also our duty.
Never miss the chance to vote as it is our contribution to our country.
Always use your right to vote to create a stronger country.
It is important to vote but it is more important to vote responsibly.
Voting is something that we must never take casually.
One vote has the power to bring change in society.
Each and every vote have importance as it has the potential to change the world.
Voting is a part of our duty and we must fulfill it.
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500+ Words Essay on Election
Election is the process through which people can express their political opinion. They express this opinion by public voting to choose a political leader . Furthermore, this political leader would have authority and responsibility. Most noteworthy, Election is a formal group decision making the process. Also, the selected political leader would hold public office. The election is certainly a vital pillar of democracy. This is because; Election ensures that the government is of the people, by the people, and for the people.
Characteristics of Election
First of all, suffrage is an important part of Election . Most noteworthy, suffrage refers to the right to vote in Elections. The question of who may vote is certainly an important issue. The electorate probably never includes the entire population. Almost all countries prohibit individuals under the age of majority from voting. For example, in India, the age of majority is attainable at the age of 18 years.
The nomination of a candidate is also an important characteristic of Election. This means to officially suggest someone for Election. Nomination refers to the process of selecting a candidate for election to a public office. Furthermore, endorsements or testimonials are public statements to support a candidate’s nomination.
Another essential characteristic of Election is electoral systems. Electoral systems refer to detailed constitutional arrangements and voting systems. Furthermore, detailed constitutional arrangements and voting systems convert the vote into a political decision.
The first step is the tally of votes. For this purpose, there is the use of various vote counting systems and ballot. Then comes the determination of the result on the basis of the tally. Also, the categorization of most systems is as either proportional or majoritarian.
Scheduling refers to arranging and controlling of Elections. Elected officials are accountable to the people. Therefore, they must return to the voters at regular intervals of time. Elected officials must do that so as to seek a mandate to continue in office. Above all, most countries arrange elections at fixed regular intervals.
An election campaign is also an integral part of Election. Election campaign refers to an organized effort to positively influence the decision making of a particular group. Consequently, politicians compete with each other by trying to woo more and more individuals.
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Importance of Election
First of all, the Election is a peaceful and efficient way of choosing political leaders. Furthermore, citizens of a Nation choose a leader by casting their votes. In this way, the citizens are able to choose an individual whose views appeal to them most. Hence, people are able to exercise their will in political leadership.
An election is an excellent opportunity for people to express their resentment. Most noteworthy, if people are unhappy with a particular leadership, then they can remove it from power. People can certainly replace an undesirous leadership with a better alternative through Election.
The election is a handsome opportunity for political participation. Furthermore, it is a way by which new issues can be raised in public. In most democratic countries, common citizens are allowed to contest elections independently.
Consequently, a citizen could introduce reforms which are not any political party’s agenda. Also, in most democratic countries, a citizen could form a new political party to contest Election.
Election helps keep the power of political leaders in check. The ruling parties cannot afford to do any wrongdoing to the public due to the risk of losing Election. Hence, Election serves as an efficient power check and control for those in the ruling power.
To sum it up, Election is the symbol of political freedom. Most noteworthy, it is the tool which puts authority in the hands of common people. Democracy certainly would be non-functional without it. People must realize the value of Elections and come out in large numbers to vote.
Q1 What are electoral systems?
A1 Electoral systems are detailed constitutional arrangements and voting systems. These detailed constitutional arrangements and voting systems convert the vote into a political decision.
Q2 How Election helps keep the power of the political leaders in check?
A2 Elections certainly help keep the power of the political leaders in check. This is because political leaders cannot afford to do any wrongdoing to the public due to the risk of losing Election
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How Britain's taste for tea may have been a life saver
Tea has been many things in its time – a global commodity, a comforting beverage, and even, in the eyes of some Bostonians 250 years ago this week, a symbol of oppressive politics. But one role you might not have attributed to tea is that of a life-saving health intervention.
In a recent paper in the Review of Statistics and Economics , economist Francisca Antman of the University of Colorado, Boulder, makes a convincing case that the explosion of tea as an everyman's drink in late 1700s England saved many lives. This would not have been because of any antioxidants or other substances inherent to the lauded leaf.
Instead, the simple practice of boiling water for tea, in an era before people understood that illness could be caused by water-borne pathogens, may have been enough to keep many from an early grave.
English demographics from this era have long contained a puzzle for historians. Between 1761 and 1834, the annual death rate declined substantially, from 28 to 25 per 1,000 people . But at the same time, wages do not seem to have risen much and standards of living arguably did not increase. In fact, with the rise of the industrial revolution, more and more people were crowding into towns whose sanitation left much to be desired. "I would say it's not a settled debate," says Antman.
The idea that tea might be the missing link here, thanks to the need to boil water for a proper brew, had been floated by historians in the past . Boiling water kills bacteria that cause diarrheal diseases like dysentery, which was often called "flux" or "bloody flux" in death records.
The Boston Tea Party was caused by resistance to British levies on tea, but in England there was a surge in tea drinking because tax was lowered (Credit: Getty Images)
"With people coming into cities to work, you would expect, given the level of sanitation they have, that the big killer is water," says Antman. But it remained a somewhat fuzzy idea, interesting in theory but difficult to prove.
Antman developed a way to test it, using detailed geographical information about more than 400 parishes across England. There is a simple assumption at the heart of her study: more water sources in an area likely means cleaner water. If one source was contaminated, the inhabitants of a parish could go to another. What's more, if people were closer to the sources of rivers – something Antman infers from parishes' elevation – that water was likely safer than in parishes further downstream.
There were many things already to recommend tea as a drink of the masses
By assigning parishes an inferred level of water quality, Antman could see whether areas with worse water quality saw a bigger decline in mortality than those with good water.
In terms of testing this hypothesis, the key date is 1785, the moment when tea suddenly became affordable for the vast majority of Britons. There were many things already to recommend tea as a drink of the masses: you could make a satisfying brew with just a small amount of leaves, the leaves could be reused for multiple pots, and tea was potentially cheaper than beer, which was rendered expensive both by the complex process required to make it and by a tax on malt.
But when 1784's Tea and Windows Act went into effect, the tax on tea went from 119% to just 12.5% and tea consumption exploded. By the end of the 18th Century, even very poor peasants were having tea twice a day , tea historian Alan Macfarlane writes.
The UK no longer needs to boil water to make it safe, but tea has become the national drink (Credit: Getty Images)
To see if this change correlated with decreased mortality, Antman compared death rates before and after this watershed moment. For this she drew on the remarkable work of demographers E A Wrigley and R S Schofield , who in the mid-20th Century collected parish records from all over England spanning 1541 to 1871, including deaths.
As expected, Antman found that death rates declined in both parishes with good water and those with bad – but there was a significant difference in the size of the decline. Parishes with bad water saw death rates drop 18% more than those with good water.
What's more, she looked to see whether deaths in London from waterborne diseases like "bloody flux", and deaths from airborne pathogens like tuberculosis, or "consumption", were linked to levels of tea imports. Indeed, flux deaths declined when tea imports went up, while TB deaths remained about the time.
Sometimes people's existing behaviours can make more of a difference to their health than an explicit intervention might
She also checked to see whether deaths in children – not known, in this age or any other, for being major consumers of tea – changed in London with tea imports, and found that there did not seem to be a decline in deaths of those ages two to five.
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Interestingly, there was a slight decline in infant deaths, perhaps reflecting the fact that if tea-drinking parents had less diarrheal disease, their very young children might have been protected a bit as well – though Antman points out there is no way to know for sure.
For Antman, who primarily works on issues related to developing nations, this natural experiment in England all those years ago reflects a fundamental truth: sometimes people's existing behaviours can make more of a difference to their health than an explicit intervention might.
Building more privies, developing better plumbing and sewage systems, and teaching people to keep drinking water and wastewater scrupulously separate all might have extended people's lives, had such interventions been widely understood and available.
But with relatively little change to their habits, merely an increase in a behavior they already enjoyed, people seem to have protected themselves. All part of the pleasure of a simple cup of tea.
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