Example Of Popular Sovereignty

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Popular sovereignty: Power that the people have to vote for their leaders or other issues. Constitution example Article l, Section 4, clause 1 - “The Times, Places, and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof:” This portion of the constitution is stating that the state will organize their own congressional elections. This is connected to popular sovereignty because voting polls and elections is how people vote for leaders of the country and issues of their state. Current event Votes in for Minnesota School Districts - 11/04/15 - wdaz8 News On election day, East Grand Forks polls have been crowded to decide the future of three close by school districts.

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