This storyboard is for the school I go to, so..
This scene shows a representative democracy. A representative democracy is when a group of people rules over a place or kingdom at once.
This represents a direct democracy, where two candidates battle to get to the top of the votes. Only one person will run as president.
Both representative and direct democracies went as back as Ancient Athens.
In order to vote for someone, or a group of people running, you must first become a citizen. You have to meet certain eligibility requirements and go through the naturalization process.
In Ancient Athens, women could not vote for someone/a group of people, while today, any citizen can vote.
You can vote online, too. The rules apply the same; you have to be a citizen in order to vote.
* Disclaimer: You can only vote once!
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