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AZ primaries give citizens, homeschoolers grassroots involvement opportunities (video)

AZ primaries give citizens, homeschoolers grassroots involvement opportunities (video).

Arizona politics give a great promise of entertainment for the 2010 election cycle, and for the homeschooling families, the participation opportunities have magnified.  With much dissatisfaction among the people over the economy, unemployment, and social issues such as immigration, this is the year of grassroots involvement.  Citizens are discovering their voices and are being encouraged by the Tea Party movement, among others, to understand the issues, ask candidates hard questions, and even step up to run for office.

See video of rarely heard verse of the
Star Spangled Banner

The political process is often of great interest to homeschoolers who are commonly found helping with the campaigns of their favorite candidates or being part of groups such as Teen Pact or Youth in Government. Arizona student political groups such as Teen Age Republicans or Young Democrats in the past have boasted a fair percentage of homeschooled students.

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