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Part One Research the current House member from the district in which you curren

Part One
Research the current House member from the district in which you currently reside. Provide the person’s name, age, party affiliation, district, how many years they’ve served in office, and their committee assignments. To complete Part One, follow the steps below.
(THE HOUSE REPRESENTATIVE IS BRIAN FITZPATRICK PLEASE SEE INFO FOR HIM AT WEBSITE BELOW)  https://www.congress.gov/member/brian-fitzpatrick/F000466
In a short paper, explain how you would construct a reelection campaign for this representative using concepts from the lesson and the textbook.
Consider the following:
Demographics of the district
Local resources and points of pride
Political history of the district
To complete Part Two, follow the steps below.
Look up your congressional district here: https://www.census.gov/mycd/ Links to an external site.
Select your state from the drop-down menu.
Select your district. You can use the drop-down menu to select your congressional district. Your congressional district is the same district you looked up in Part One.
Explore the information about your district using the six icons (People, Workers, Housing, Socio-economic, Education, and Business).
You may want to consider your representative’s voting history and how their past voting may help or harm people in their district. Write your analysis with these factors in mind. Feel free to explore further but be sure to use credible sources.
Please use sources provided by your district, state, or the federal government (government sites use “.gov” instead of “.com” or “.org” in the website address). Be sure to cite your sources and provide a References page. You may choose a citation style that you prefer (i.e., MLA, APA, Chicago, etc.), but be sure to apply it consistently throughout.
( IT IS PENNSYLVANIA CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 1)
https://www.census.gov/mycd/?st=42&cd=01
Use the headers Part One (facts about the House member) and Part Two (explanation of how you would construct their reelection campaign) to separate the sections of the paper.

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Article I, Section 1, of the U.S. Constitution provides that “The executive Powe

Article I, Section 1, of the U.S. Constitution provides that
“The executive Power shall be vested in a President of
the United States of America.” Historically, Congress and
the president have interpreted the meaning of the
words, “executive Power” differently. For Congress,
“executive Power” is defined by the list of presidential
powers in Article II, Section 2; for presidents, “executive
Power” refers to powers in addition to those enumerated
in Article II, Section 2. In particular, presidents have
interpreted “executive Power” to mean that the
president can act without the consent of the Congress
when necessary to protect national security. Congress,
on the other hand, has argued that an unchecked
president creates the risk of abuse of presidential
authority.
Which interpretation is correct? Should presidents have
the authority to act without Congressional authorization
when necessary for the nation’s security, or should the
president seek Congressional authorization before
acting in order to preserve Constitutional checks and
balances?

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How does justice look like in Plato’s Kallipolis, in Hobbes’ Leviathan, in Bodin’s Patriacha (type of society), and in Locke’s society governed by social contract?

Consider the question of justice. How does justice look like in Plato’s Kallipolis, in Hobbes’ Leviathan, in Bodin’s Patriacha (type of society), and in Locke’s society governed by social contract? [Compare and contrast them]. In which of these societies would you prefer to live and why?

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Does the media have an ideological bias?

Does the media have an ideological bias? How does the existence of the Internet affect media bias?
Please write it does and it’s towards republics. That the media is anti republican. Use this idea  as find an addition two articles on top of the files I’m attaching as sources.

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Have you ever experienced or been a victim of “Ethnocentrism”?

1.What did you find most interesting in this section?
2.Have you ever experienced or been a victim of “Ethnocentrism”?
3.Have you yourself ever been involved in a situation where there was a cultural misunderstanding?
Answer these questions by first locating the files I attached and answer number one something you find interesting from the text I showed in the files. Then for number two and three make up something for it. I am Italian so somehow make up a story about how someone made fun of me cause of that and work off of that idea.

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Under a Hispanic, African American, and Asian president or Congress, what types of political issues might appear on the agenda?

Under a Hispanic, African American, and Asian president or Congress, what types of political issues might appear on the agenda? How do these issues compare with the types of issues that arise under white-majority government?