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About "Federal Election Policy"
The following consists of the complete season release of cases and briefs from for the topic “Federal Election Law.” Upon purchase, you will have access to Word documents containing each of the cases and briefs listed. NOTE: Notice the release dates at the footer of every page. It is strongly advised to check each hyperlink before running any piece of evidence in an official debate round.
Resolved: That federal election law should be significantly reformed in the United States.
Complete Blue Book Release
- Siren Song
The Case for Repealing the 17th Amendment
- How Much Is That Congressman in the Window
The Case for Reversing Citizens United
- Let There Be Light
The Case for the Disclose Act
- Full House
The Case for D.C. Representation
- Vox Populi
The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College
- Count Me Out
The Case for the Fair and Accurate Representation Act (FARA)
- Free At Last
The Case for Felon Re-Enfranchisement
- Primary Colors
The Case for Presidential Primary Reform
- A Questions of Balance
The Case for Proportional Representation
- Show Me the Money
The Case for Public Financing of Congressional Campaigns
- Who…Are You
The Case for Voter ID
- Sweet Sixteen
The Case for Lowering the Voting Age
- We Shall Overcome
The Case for Reinstating the Voting Rights Act
Purchase includes four Word documents covering each of the case topics listed above:
- Affirmative Cases
- 2A Extension Evidence
- Negative Briefs
History of This Resolution
NCFCA 2013-2014 Policy Resolution
This sourcebook was provided in print edition for the 2013-2014 NCFCA resolution listed above, the resolution debated for the 2014 NCFCA National Tournament at Patrick Henry College, Purcellville, VA.
The cover consisted of a brother/sister team who competed out of Ohio the previous year. Jade Black was a senior, and her younger brother, Canon, didn’t make it to Nationals that year, but entered Stoa’s NITOC as bottom seed. After being coached by Vance Trefethen and Chris Jeub, they competed at that national tournament and beat #1 and #2 seed in the first two rounds of the tournament.