”Win the White House” allows players to run for president from the primaries through Election Day. As part of the Politics and Public Policy curriculum unit, Win the White House teaches students about the electoral process, the role of the Electoral College, and the influence of media in shaping public opinion. Players have to make choices about their party, platform, vice president, and where to fundraise, poll, and spend their campaign dollars on appearances and advertisements as they strive for their 270 electoral votes. http://www.icivics.org/games/win-white-house on November 7.
iCivics launches new game!
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