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Chase the Race 2016

The Run for the White House straight from the Youth Perspective

From the Primaries to the White House, Envision Chase the Race 2016 journalists will report live from the field with information, news and a perspective that will amplify the voice of youth in America.

 The Chase the Race 2016 initiative was created to empower students to play an active role, engage with and better understand the electoral process in the run up to the Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States and Envision’s 2017 Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.

 Don’t miss the Live Stream coverage as our team of Chase the Race 2016 reporters interview candidates, meet political experts, engage firsthand with journalists and voters while enjoying the incredible experience of participating in some of the elections major milestone events including: the Iowa Caucus, the final Republican Debate, Super Tuesday, the final Democratic Debate, the RNC, DNC, and the Presidential Inauguration. 

 We are glad you are here to Chase the Race with Envision. On this site you will find live stream coverage from the events, archived videos and the photo gallery, the CTR blog, free curricular resources, and information about our partners and the ENVISION 2017 Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit. Plus, it’s the best place to join the conversation.

The Iowa Caucus February 1, 2016

Iowa's caucus has been the first presidential vote in the country every four years since 1972. Iowa’s caucuses have served as an early indication of which candidates might win the nomination of their political party at that party's national convention.

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Republican Debate February 25, 2016

The Republican Party, also commonly called the GOP (for "Grand Old Party"), is one of the world's oldest political parties still in existence. During presidential elections in the United States, it has become customary for the main candidates within a party to engage in a debate, where they most often discuss the most controversial issues of the time.

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Super Tuesday
March 1, 2016

Often referenced as the biggest milestone in the primary season is Super Tuesday, a single day in March of a presidential election year when the greatest number of states hold primary elections. More delegates can be won on Super Tuesday than on any other single day of the primary calendar, so candidates seeking the presidency traditionally must do well on this day to secure their party's nomination.

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Democratic Debate March 9, 2016

The Democratic Party is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, along with the Republican Party. Tracing its heritage back to Thomas Jefferson's Democratic-Republican Party, the modern-day Democratic Party was founded around 1828, making it the world's oldest active party.

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Republican National Convention July 21, 2016

The Republican National Convention (RNC) is the presidential nominating convention of the Republican Party of the United States. Convened by the Republican National Committee, the purpose is to nominate an official candidate in an upcoming U.S. presidential election, and to adopt the party platform and rules for the election cycle. Delegates from all fifty U.S. states and American territories attend the convention and cast their votes to choose the Party's presidential candidate.

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Democratic National Convention July 28, 2016

The Democratic National Convention (DNC) is a series of presidential nominating conventions held every four years since 1832 by the United States Democratic Party.

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Envision

The Run for the White House straight from the Youth Perspective

From the Primaries to the White House, Envision Chase the Race 2016 journalists will report live from the field with information, news and a perspective that will amplify the voice of youth in America.

 The Chase the Race 2016 initiative was created to empower students to play an active role, engage with and better understand the electoral process in the run up to the Inauguration of the 45th President of the United States and Envision’s 2017 Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C.

 Don’t miss the Live Stream coverage as our team of Chase the Race 2016 reporters interview candidates, meet political experts, engage firsthand with journalists and voters while enjoying the incredible experience of participating in some of the elections major milestone events including: the Iowa Caucus, the final Republican Debate, Super Tuesday, the final Democratic Debate, the RNC, DNC, and the Presidential Inauguration. 

 We are glad you are here to Chase the Race with Envision. On this site you will find live stream coverage from the events, archived videos and the photo gallery, the CTR blog, free curricular resources, and information about our partners and the ENVISION 2017 Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit. Plus, it’s the best place to join the conversation.

Live Events

Live Events Reporters

In October of 2015, we extended an invitation to Envision program alumni to applications to become one of our twelve chosen Chase the Race 2016 Reporters…. Read More »

Live Events Reporters

In October of 2015, we extended an invitation to Envision program alumni to applications to become one of our twelve chosen Chase the Race 2016 Reporters. The response was overwhelming, as applications and video submissions flooded in from across the country.

The twelve selected Chase the Race 2016 Reporters will share a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to act as a conduit for the voice of today’s youth throughout the campaign, focusing on the process, the candidates and the most important issues facing the next generation of American voters.

Zachary Crilley

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF Business Innovation

Super Tuesday

Zachary has been watching presidential debates since he was very young, and forming his own opinions of politicians and the issues. He believes there are many problems facing his generation today, especially the economy and a lack of opportunity for young people. He hopes to encourage his generation to take an active role in the political world, especially since the policies implemented by our government define the American identity and impact the entire world.

Abigail Kelly

Alumna, Envision’s National Young Leaders State Conference

Super Tuesday

Even the local traffic reporter was fascinating to her, as she mimicked his daily sign-off: “This is Tom Kaminski, WCBS, McCafe chopper 8-80.”  Now in 11th grade, Abigail is Editor-in-Chief for her school newspaper. She feels news anchors help society navigate profound current events, and plans to deliver her Chase the Race 2016 coverage with clarity and style. Environmental issues have prompted her to conduct her own scientific experimentation, in which she discovered that freeze-dried fruit peels can remove lead and heavy metals from contaminated water.

Mikayla Kelz

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF National Security

Iowa Caucus

Helping her father in his campaigns for local government, Mikayla has founded a group called Teens Talk Politics, whose goal is to more deeply involve the younger generation in politics. After interviewing Wisconsin politicians and people on the street, the group promotes their work through social media and videos on their YouTube channel. The Teens Talk Politics experience will translate perfectly to Mikayla’s role in Chase the Race 2016, where she plans to continue addressing the needs of America’s youth.

Gabryelle Matz-Carter

Alumna, Envision’s Intensive Law & Trial

Democratic Debate

When Gabryelle moved from the Chicago suburbs to Seattle, in the year of the 2008 election, she realized why our nation’s aspiring leaders fought to ensure the life, liberty and prosperity of all Americans. At that time, classmates remarked that she only supported Barack Obama because she was black. Now, at age 16, she is president of her junior class, with a fierce passion for justice and equality. In addition to her fight against discrimination, she is also a youthful voice for stronger gun regulations.

Austin McBee

Alumnus, Envision’s Intensive Law & Trial

Republican National Convention

Austin plans to help every student connect to our nation’s leaders through Chase the Race 2016. This Texas 11th grader has a passion for law, government and politics, and is eager to share this enthusiasm with others his age. He feels his generation is focused on being accepted and accepting others as they are, without pressure to conform. On a global scale he’s especially interested in national security.

Nick Nelson

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF Digital Media, Film & Journalism

Democratic National Convention

Nick is on his school’s broadcast journalism team and makes his own films  – but he’s just getting warmed up. Nicholas loves journalism and filmmaking and will pursue a career in this field when he graduates. He’s ready to showcase the political views of his generation as a Chase the Race 2016 reporter, and believes this demographic wants information presented in a format that is both entertaining and concise. In addition to covering the campaign, he is equally excited to vote for the first time, in 2016.

Sean O’Connor

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF National Security

Republican Debate

As a Chase the Race 2016 reporter, Sean takes pride in informing others, so they may have the power to make their own enlightened decisions on Election Day. This Pennsylvania 11th grader feels his generation needs to be ready to use advancements in social technology in a responsible manner, enhancing the human experience and sharing innovative ideas. He’s also keenly aware of the growing competition for today’s youth as they enter the job market in a dynamic global economy.

Margaret Pfohl

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF Medicine

Republican National Convention

Margaret believes many young people neglect to vote because they aren’t confident in their knowledge of the candidates and they don’t believe their vote will make a difference. She plans to change this attitude during her Chase the Race 2016 coverage, and help young Americans learn how to impact society for the better. Margaret is a high school senior in Georgia, turning 18 in March. She’s very excited to vote for the first time!

Kaicey Pritts

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF Digital Media, Film & Journalism

Democratic Debate

This Houston 11th grader leads the reporting teams for the National Charity League, school football program, and 4-H Club. She also uses her communication and leadership skills as the captain of her gymnastics team. Today’s key issues, in Kaicey’s mind, include unemployment, the college tuition crisis, gun control, the environment, and at-risk teens.

Fiona Ross

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF Inside Sports & Entertainment

Republican Debate

As a Chase the Race 2016 reporter, Fiona will apply the leadership skills she developed in Girls Scouts, theater and on student council to help teens relate to the political process and share their voices. She looks forward to providing a women’s perspective in a male-dominated field and to serving as a role model for younger students. This California 9th grader believes equality for all, regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation, is an extremely relevant topic for her generation.

Bayan Salamah

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF Medicine

Democratic National Convention

Bayan is a hijabi American-Palestinian Muslim who believes in America as the land of opportunity. Journalism, politics and medicine top the list of her passions, and she feels the NYLF Medicine program helped her develop her own identity. Diversity and discrimination are key issues for this Illinois 10th grader.

National News Team

In October of 2015, we extended an invitation to Envision program alumni to applications to become one of our twelve chosen Chase the Race 2016 Reporters…. Read More »

National News Team

In October of 2015, we extended an invitation to Envision program alumni to applications to become one of our twelve chosen Chase the Race 2016 Reporters. The response was overwhelming, as applications and video submissions flooded in from across the country.

The twelve selected Chase the Race 2016 Reporters will share a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to act as a conduit for the voice of today’s youth throughout the campaign, focusing on the process, the candidates and the most important issues facing the next generation of American voters.

Robert Bonar

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF National Security

Robert is a high school sophomore from Pennsylvania. He brings excellence, honor and integrity to his Chase the Race 2016 coverage. Key issues for Robert include abortion, gay rights, national interests and the economy.

Samantha Cookinham

Alumna, Envision’s National Young Leaders Conference

Samantha dreams of becoming a broadcast journalist. She met with congressmen and presidential candidates at NYLC in Washington D.C., fueling her passion for educating America’s youth on the political culture, and facilitating their ability to drive change. This high school senior is already involved with the election process through her school’s newspaper and she brings charisma, positive energy and informative reporting capabilities to Chase the Race 2016.

Emily Cox

Alumna, Envision’s JrNYLC and JrNYLC Alumni

This California 11th grader hopes to use her voice to positively impact the issues of employment, racism, national security and women’s rights. Emily is an honors English student who works on her school newspaper and yearbook. Volunteering with a support organization for Oakland’s inner city youth, she learned how young African American girls believe they have no power to change their future. One of her missions is to address our nation’s race relations and help impact change on behalf of females and minorities across the globe.

Noah Fineberg

Alumnus, Envision’s JrNYLC and JrNYLC Alumni

Ever since Noah was “Mayor of the Day” for his hometown of Coral Springs, FL, he knew he had a knack for politics. This high school freshman and two-time Envision alumnus feels his Chase the Race 2016 experience, during which he’ll see our democracy in action, will be a life-changing experience.

Jessica Greely

Alumna, Envision’s Intensive Law & Trial

Jessica brings ambition, optimism, and resourcefulness to the Chase the Race 2016 team. This California 11th grader intends to major in political science, in hopes of becoming a professor, and sharing her love of American politics with students and peers. She is a patriot who believes that the problems in the Middle East are inflicting a heavy toll on America, both in expenditures and casualties. She advocates a more strategic plan for American engagement in Afghanistan and Iraq, redirecting funds toward education, with the goal of enabling more young people to attend college.

Annabelle Harris

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF Law & CSI

Annabelle wants to help the youth of America make informed decisions when they get their chance to vote, expressing their own opinions instead of simply echoing those of their parents. She believes that change can only occur when people get off the sidelines. Annabelle is a 9th grader from Tulsa, OK.

Ruben Velez Moreno

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF Medicine and NYLF Law & CSI

Ruben is the only Chase the Race 2016 reporter from Puerto Rico and is eager to represent his fellow Puerto Ricans, helping to bring their voices to the forefront. Key issues for this high school junior and two-time Envision alumnus include equality, pollution, unemployment, climate change and economics.

Alexandria Murphy

Alumna, Envision’s Intensive Law & Trial

This North Carolina 10th grader became comfortable in front of the camera at age 5, when she acted in the TV series called “The Beast,” starring Patrick Swayze. Recently she appeared in a documentary film entitled, “A Short History of Decay,” as well as exercising her passion for public speaking at Envision’s advanced mock trial program. She is always up-to-date on current events and has won numerous state and national speech awards. Her aspiration is to serve as a US Ambassador.

Milan Patel

Alumnus, Envision’s Global Young Leaders Conference

Milan’s passion for law and politics fuel his interest in the 2016 presidential election, and its results. This New Jersey 10th grader wishes to serve as a link between the people and the government of the United States. Milan believes the key issues for his generation include the future of education, college tuition and career opportunities, as well as the security vs. privacy controversy.

Wilson Reynolds

Alumnus, Envision’s NYLF National Security

Wilson loves the presidential election. This 11th grader from Illinois enjoys following the campaign because there are so many aspects to it: debates, conventions, fundraising, grassroots campaigning, and eventually elections. Wilson believes “the youth of America, whether we know it or not, are the future leaders of the United States of America. As such, we should take it upon ourselves to learn about the issues that are debated today.” Foreign policy is one of the most important issues for Wilson, followed by the economic stability of our country.

Skylar Umholtz

Alumna, Envision’s NYLF National Security

This Pennsylvania high school senior believes the youth of America need to become more involved and enthusiastic about our government. Representing the future of this country, young people must be educated on the political process in order to add an intelligent voice to our democracy. Through Chase the Race 2016, Skylar hopes to inspire her peers to vote, because voting is the cornerstone of democracy.

Serena Zets

Alumna, Envision’s National Young Leaders State Conference

This Pennsylvania 10th grader takes great pride in her writing abilities and is known to “launch into political debates, usually with little to no audience.” Serena is a prospective journalist and political fanatic who is very comfortable around adults and knows how to communicate with influential figures. In Chase the Race 2016 coverage, she plans to use creative interviewing tactics to skillfully explore the heart of the issues. She cares most deeply about gender and racial equality, and plans to play a role in moving society forward.

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BRING THE U.S. ELECTORAL PROCESS
TO YOUR CLASSROOM

The election process is a unique opportunity for teachers and students to discuss the democratic process, elections, important issues, history and game changing moments.  Envision and its education partners have worked together to develop engaging multi-faceted, scalable curriculum that aligns with C3 and Common Core standards.

Custom-designed Chase the Race 2016 activities and videos from our partner Discovery Education are also available.

Bring the U.S. Presidential election process and the milestone moments into your classroom

Free Downloads

Free Chase the Race 2016 teacher training and classroom curriculum are available now.

Watch the Webinar

Discovery Education and Envision have developed a series of videos and resources that will help you in the classroom as you navigate the electoral process.  The curriculum is designed to empower your students with information that will excite and engage them during the run up to the election of the 45th President of the United States.

Free Downloads

BRING THE U.S. ELECTORAL PROCESS
TO YOUR CLASSROOM

Bring the U.S. Presidential election process and the milestone moments into your classroom

Free Downloads

Free Chase the Race 2016 teacher training and classroom curriculum are available now.

Watch the Webinar

Discovery Education and Envision have developed a series of videos and resources that will help you in the classroom as you navigate the electoral process.  The curriculum is designed to empower your students with information that will excite and engage them during the run up to the election of the 45th President of the United States.

Free Downloads

Discovery Education will enhance the Chase the Race 2016 experience by providing online resources, videos and digital tools.

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DiscoveryEducation.com

Discovery Education

Forged from the creative energy that brought you the Discovery Channel, Discovery Education enriches classrooms, empowers teachers and captivates students around the world through high-quality, dynamic digital content.

Discovery Education supports school districts’ transition to digital learning through award-winning digital textbooks, interactive lessons, real-time assessment, virtual experiences, classroom contests and challenges, professional development and more. With digital assets such as these, school districts can capture the minds and imaginations of students, and accelerate student achievement.

Discovery Education’s transformative inspiration will augment both the Chase the Race 2016 program and Envision’s Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit, through online resources, videos and digital tools.

DiscoveryEducation.com

Generation Citizen works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective action civics education.

Read More

GenerationCitizen.org

Generation Citizen

Founded in 2008 by Brown University students Anna Ninan and Scott Warren, Generation Citizen (GC) works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective action civics education, which provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in our democracy as active citizens.  

 Envisioning a country of young people working as active and effective citizens to collectively rebuild our American democracy, GC believes that students must participate in the political process to understand how it functions. Through an innovative in-class curriculum, GC teaches teenagers how to take effective political action. Students work with local leaders to fix local problems, and through this real-world experience, our teens are building an active democracy.

 Generation Citizen is building a new generation of youth activists and leaders; a generation inspired and equipped to make change. Over 30,000 middle and high school students have taken real action on important community issue through Generation Citizen.

GenerationCitizen.org

The NHC is proud to take part in programs such as Chase the Race 2016, through which young Americans can experience history as it is being made.

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NationalHistoryClub.org

The National History Club

In 1987 William Hughes Fitzhugh founded The Concord Review Inc. (TCR), to celebrate high school history research by publishing students’ history papers. More than 1,000 high school students from 34 countries have now been published in this unique journal. In 2002, Fitzhugh and the TCR expanded their mission by offering the National History Club (NHC) as a vehicle to join students and teachers from around the world in discovering, learning, reading, writing, teaching and living history. Through the NHC, students and teachers share their passion for history, learning from each other’s ideas and experiences.

 History helps equip students to understand and tackle the issues of today’s world. History touches on all aspects of the human condition: politics, art, religion, culture, philosophy, ethics, the economy, military aggression and scientific discovery. Everyone is a part of history. Yet, the study of history is declining in secondary schools and a 2014 survey showed that fewer than half of American 8th graders knew the purpose of the Bill of Rights and 3/4 of high school seniors were unable to name a power granted to Congress by the Constitution.

 The NHC is taking action to make the study of history a more important part of every student’s secondary school education. There are now more than 500+ NHC chapters, with more than 14,000 members in 44 states. The NHC is proud to take part in programs such as Chase the Race 2016, through which young Americans can experience history as it is being made.

NationalHistoryClub.org

YLI at the University of Virginia Center for Politics helps empower students to take responsibility for our democracy.

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YouthLeadership.net

Youth Leadership Initiative

By providing teachers with exceptional civics education materials and programs, the Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI) at the University of Virginia Center for Politics helps empower students to take responsibility for our democracy. In 1998 UVA professor Larry J. Sabato founded the YLI to combat the apathy and cynicism that he saw in his politics students. The YLI provides everything educators need to engage their students in the democratic process, absolutely free of charge.

Professor Sabato believed that high-quality civics education programs could energize students to accept the responsibilities of citizenship and become lifelong participants in American democracy. Activities such as the yearly Mock Election, E-Congress and Democracy Corps, along with YLI lesson plans are infused with simulations and hands-on projects that connect students with the political process. These extraordinary curriculum resources will further enrich the Chase the Race 2016 program.

YouthLeadership.net

Partners

Discovery Education will enhance the Chase the Race 2016 experience by providing online resources, videos and digital tools.

DiscoveryEducation.com

Discovery Education

Forged from the creative energy that brought you the Discovery Channel, Discovery Education enriches classrooms, empowers teachers and captivates students around the world through high-quality, dynamic digital content.

Discovery Education supports school districts’ transition to digital learning through award-winning digital textbooks, interactive lessons, real-time assessment, virtual experiences, classroom contests and challenges, professional development and more. With digital assets such as these, school districts can capture the minds and imaginations of students, and accelerate student achievement.

Discovery Education’s transformative inspiration will augment both the Chase the Race 2016 program and Envision’s Presidential Inauguration Leadership Summit, through online resources, videos and digital tools.

DiscoveryEducation.com

Generation Citizen works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective action civics education.

GenerationCitizen.org

Generation Citizen

Founded in 2008 by Brown University students Anna Ninan and Scott Warren, Generation Citizen (GC) works to ensure that every student in the United States receives an effective action civics education, which provides them with the knowledge and skills necessary to participate in our democracy as active citizens.  

 Envisioning a country of young people working as active and effective citizens to collectively rebuild our American democracy, GC believes that students must participate in the political process to understand how it functions. Through an innovative in-class curriculum, GC teaches teenagers how to take effective political action. Students work with local leaders to fix local problems, and through this real-world experience, our teens are building an active democracy.

 Generation Citizen is building a new generation of youth activists and leaders; a generation inspired and equipped to make change. Over 30,000 middle and high school students have taken real action on important community issue through Generation Citizen.

GenerationCitizen.org

The NHC is proud to take part in programs such as Chase the Race 2016, through which young Americans can experience history as it is being made.

NationalHistoryClub.org

The National History Club

In 1987 William Hughes Fitzhugh founded The Concord Review Inc. (TCR), to celebrate high school history research by publishing students’ history papers. More than 1,000 high school students from 34 countries have now been published in this unique journal. In 2002, Fitzhugh and the TCR expanded their mission by offering the National History Club (NHC) as a vehicle to join students and teachers from around the world in discovering, learning, reading, writing, teaching and living history. Through the NHC, students and teachers share their passion for history, learning from each other’s ideas and experiences.

 History helps equip students to understand and tackle the issues of today’s world. History touches on all aspects of the human condition: politics, art, religion, culture, philosophy, ethics, the economy, military aggression and scientific discovery. Everyone is a part of history. Yet, the study of history is declining in secondary schools and a 2014 survey showed that fewer than half of American 8th graders knew the purpose of the Bill of Rights and 3/4 of high school seniors were unable to name a power granted to Congress by the Constitution.

 The NHC is taking action to make the study of history a more important part of every student’s secondary school education. There are now more than 500+ NHC chapters, with more than 14,000 members in 44 states. The NHC is proud to take part in programs such as Chase the Race 2016, through which young Americans can experience history as it is being made.

NationalHistoryClub.org

YLI at the University of Virginia Center for Politics helps empower students to take responsibility for our democracy.

YouthLeadership.net

Youth Leadership Initiative

By providing teachers with exceptional civics education materials and programs, the Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI) at the University of Virginia Center for Politics helps empower students to take responsibility for our democracy. In 1998 UVA professor Larry J. Sabato founded the YLI to combat the apathy and cynicism that he saw in his politics students. The YLI provides everything educators need to engage their students in the democratic process, absolutely free of charge.

Professor Sabato believed that high-quality civics education programs could energize students to accept the responsibilities of citizenship and become lifelong participants in American democracy. Activities such as the yearly Mock Election, E-Congress and Democracy Corps, along with YLI lesson plans are infused with simulations and hands-on projects that connect students with the political process. These extraordinary curriculum resources will further enrich the Chase the Race 2016 program.

YouthLeadership.net

Watch Videos

  • Chase the Race in Miami at Democratic Debate

    Our two Chase the Race high school reporters drops in on the Univision Democratic Debate in Miami to get the youth perspective on tonight's showdown between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton.

  • Abigail Kelley interviews National Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach

    Abigail Kelley interviews National Press Secretary Mark Paustenbach about the power of momentum.

  • Envision Student Reporter Zachary Crilley interviews Gov. Kasich about the youth and future issues.

    Envision Student Reporter Zachary Crilley interviews Gov. Kasich about the future of the youth and local leadership.

  • Envision Student Reporter Charles Graham interviews George Stephanopolus

    Envision Student Reporter Charles Graham interviews George Stephanopolus about the impact of the youth vote and the questions the youth should ask of their candidates.

  • Envision Student Reporter Sean O'Connor interviews CNN anchor Scott McLean

    Envision Student Reporter Sean O'Connor interviews CNN anchor Scott McLean and discusses the Likability factor in debates.

  • Envision Student Reporter Abigail Kelly interviews Danish TV Reporter

    Envision Student Reporter Abigail Kelly interviews Danish TV Reporter and discusses the international importance of the 2016 presidential race.

  • Envision Student Reporter Zachary Crilley interviews voter Jaime

    Envision Student Reporter Zachary Crilley interviews voter Jaime and discusses the differences when voting in a swing state.

  • Chase the Race Super Tuesday

    Envision Chase the Race student reporters weigh in on Super Tuesday events.

  • Larry Sabato, UVA Center of Poltics, talks to youth and their role in the election

    Chase the Race 2016 Partner - Youth Leadership Initiative at University of Virginia gave us the pleasure of interviewing Larry Sabato who is the founder/director of the UVA Center of Politics. He shares with us his point of view on why there have been quite a few debates during this election season.

  • Abigail Kelly shares her experience with Chasing the Race

    Chase the Race 2016 reporter, shares her experience from her coverage at Super Tuesday. It was an exciting day for her and she gives us insight on all of the interesting sites that she visited.

  • Sean O'Connor's Experience Chasing the Race

    Chase the Race Reporter, Sean O'Connor, shares his experience reporting live from Houston at the GOP Debate.

  • Fiona Ross shares her experience Chasing the Race 2016

    Chase the Race 2016 reporter, Fiona Ross, shares her experience reporting live from the GOP Debate in Houston. She sends a huge thank you to Envision for the amazing opportunity!

  • Emily talks about the important issues as the election season begins

    National News Team reporter, Emily Cox, provides her point of view on what to look out for as we approach the upcoming Presidential election.

  • What questions do the youth have for politicians?

    National News Team reporter, Alexandria Murphy, interviews her peers in the hopes of discovering what they want to ask politicians during this election season. Curious to know what the youth have to say? Check out this video.

  • Jessica asks what's your state's Education Statistics?

    National News Team reporter, Jessica Greely, poses the question to the youth "do you know your state's education statistics?" She also provides us with the necessary information that will help you answer that question.

  • Charles Graham interviews Patrick Healy Political Reporter for NYTimes

    Charles Graham interviews Patrick Healy Political Reporter for NYTimes

  • Charles Graham interviews Patrick Healy Political Reporter for NYTimes

    Charles Graham interviews NY Times political reports for David Healy and ask about the youth involvement in politics

  • Charles Graham interviews Patrick Healy Political Reporter for NYTimes

    Charles Graham interviews NY Times political reports for David Healy and asks him about the ramifications of the polls and impact of the Iowa Caucus results.

  • Charles Graham interviews Patrick Healy Political Reporter for NYTimes

    Charles Graham interviews NY Times political reports for David Healy about the NYTimes candidate endorsement process.

  • Charles Graham interviews David Greene at the Iowa Caucus

    Charles Graham asks David Greene NPR Host about his thoughts on the Iowa Caucus.

  • Envision Chase the Race

    See some of the highlights and reporters live as Envision reporters Chase the Race.

  • Envision Chief Academic Officer reports from Iowa Caucus

    Envision Chief Academic Officer reports live from Iowa Caucus and explains the caucus process.

  • Mikayla Kelz shares her questions for Marco Rubio and the youth

    Mikayla Kelz shares her questions for Marco Rubio and the issues concerning today's youth.

  • Charles Graham reports from Iowa Caucus

    Charles Graham covers the Iowa Caucus and interviews college students and gets view on the campaign trail so far.

  • Charles Graham reports from Iowa Caucus

    Charles Graham covers the Iowa Caucus and interviews college students and gets their perspective about the candidates and their ideals.

  • Charles Graham attends Marco Rubio rally

    Charles Graham Chases the Race at a Marco Rubio rally and interviews a campaign volunteer.

  • Charles Graham at Marco Rubio Rally

    Charles Graham Chases the Race at a Marco Rubio rally.

  • Charles Graham in Iowa

    Charles Graham Chases the Race at a Ted Cruz rally in Iowa

  • Abigail Kelly sends her thank you

    Abigail Kelly is excited to be joining the CTR team to report on Super Tuesday.

  • What questions do the youth have for politicians?

    National News Team reporter, Alexandria Murphy, interviews her peers in the hopes of discovering what they want to ask politicians during this election season. Curious to know what the youth have to say? Check out this video.

  • Annabelle Harris asks teens at her school what is important to them

    Teens share with Annabelle that equality, refugees, and college tuition are the most important topics to address.

  • Annabelle Harris want to ask candidates this

    Annabelle Harris wants to ask candidates what they will do for the next generation

  • Austin McBee sends his thank you

    Austin will be covering the republican national convention

  • Bayan Salamah sends her thank you

    Bayan Salamah Thanks her voters and informs us she will be covering the democratic convention in July.

  • Teens share imput on pressing issues

    Teens give input on race with Charles Graham, noting the importance of issues like raising the minimum wage and immigration.

  • Emily talks about the important issues as the election season begins

    National News Team reporter, Emily Cox, provides her point of view on what to look out for as we approach the upcoming Presidential election.

  • Fiona Ross sends her thank you

    Chase the Race 2016 reporter, Fiona Ross, thanks her voters

  • Gabryelle Matz-Carter sends her thank you

    "Chase the Race 2016 reporter,
    Gabryelle Matz-Carter , shares her excitement in the coming race and great opportunity she has!"

  • Jessica Greely takes a poll at her campus

    National News Team reporter, Jessica Greely takes a poll at her school to conclude what youth is thinking about this years election

  • Jessica asks what's your state's Education Statistics?

    National News Team reporter, Jessica Greely, poses the question to the youth "do you know your state's education statistics?" She also provides us with the necessary information that will help you answer that question.

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The Bernie Sanders Phenomenon: An Envision Alumni Accounting of the 2016 Sacramento Bernie Sanders Rally

By Jessica G. Alumna, Intensive Law & Trial ‘15 While today’s primary elections in California and New Jersey will likely mark the mathematical clinching of the Democratic nomination for Hillary Clinton, it will probably not be the end of Bernie Sanders campaign. With platform concessions and influence over the vice presidency at stake, Sanders’s Democrat [...]

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Let's Talk About the Election

By Duncan Young, CEO Of Envision As a parent of three young girls and the CEO of an Experiential Learning Company, I cannot overstate the importance of getting our children engaged in the politic [...]

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Free Curriculum: Making or Faking? The Media in Politics

Have you and your students have caught “Race Fever”? Envision’s Chase the Race 2016 enables students across the U.S. to engage in the 2016 election process, learning from our intera [...]

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Book Review: Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools

Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools: The Politics of Education Reform Author: Jack Jennings Length: 264 pages Intent/Focus: To examine the evolution of federal education policy and pres [...]

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Appointing a New Justice

By Annabelle Harris, Chase the Race 2016 National News Team Reporter – Tulsa, OK The recent passing of Justice Antonin Scalia has left a vacant seat in the Supreme Court. Many think the new Pre [...]

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Meet Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor, Chase the Race Reporters for the GOP Debate in Houston

Meet Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor, Chase the Race Reporters for the GOP Debate in Houston The Envision Experience Chase the Race 2016 team leaves for Houston on Wednesday to report on the Februa [...]

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New Lesson Plan from Discovery Education: Media and Debates

Discovery Education has partnered with Envision to provide valuable resources for leading your students through the milestones of the 2016 Presidential Election. The series of free, standards-ba [...]

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My Experience Chasing the Race in Houston by Fiona Ross

By Fiona Ross, Republican Debate Reporter I had an incredible experience as a Chase the Race 2016 reporter, and I learned a great deal about the fast paced world of journalism. Talking to the stude [...]

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My Experience Chasing the Race in Houston by Sean O'Connor

By Sean O’Connor, Republican Debate Reporter After reporting in Houston, Texas while covering the Republican GOP debate, my views on our democracy and the electoral process have been solidifie [...]

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Student Reporters Talk Palms and Politics at the Miami Democratic Debate

Yesterday in Miami, Chase the Race 2016 Reporters Gabryelle Matz-Carter and Kaicey Pritts interviewed a wide variety of voices throughout the day leading up to the Democratic Debate. Our reporters spo [...]

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Spotlight on Pulitzer-Prize Winning Educator, Doris Kearns Goodwin

Before she was a Pulitzer Prize winner, Doris Kearns Goodwin taught Government at Harvard for ten years. She later became a world-renowned presidential biographer, historian and polit [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race Travels to Miami for the Democratic Debate

Our final Chase the Race 2016 event prior to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this July is upon us.  Student reporters Gabryelle Matz-Carter and Kaicey Pritts will journey to Mi [...]

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Super Tuesday Results – Too Close to Call

By Wilson Reynolds, Chase the Race 2016 National News Team Reporter – Glen Ellyn, IL  While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may seem to have benefited enormously from the primary results of Su [...]

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Free Curriculum: Picking POTUS

Chase the Race 2016 brings the U.S. Presidential election process to your classroom, with live event coverage, student reporters, and free, custom-designed curricula. Empower your students – [...]

Read More »

Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crilley Meet with DNC and RNC Officials

Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crilley Meet with DNC and RNC Officials We are in the midst of our Super Tuesday coverage of the Presidential elections. Student reporters Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crill [...]

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What a Wild Super Tuesday That Was

What a Wild Super Tuesday That Was! Bernie won four states and Ted is not dead! Super Tuesday results defied convention, continuing what promises to be one of the most historic presidential elec [...]

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Student Reporters Opine About Decisive Super Tuesday Elections

Student Reporters Opine About Decisive Super Tuesday Elections Super Tuesday promises to be a defining moment in the presidential election cycle, clearly defining a frontrunner for both the Republi [...]

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Chase the Race Student Reporters See Diverse Voices at GOP Debate

Yesterday in Houston, Chase the Race Reporters Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor interviewed a wide group of voices at the GOP Debates.  From political voices and journalists to students and profess [...]

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Got to be True to Myself - My VOTE is my VOICE.

By Meg Heubeck, Director of the Youth Leadership Initiative at the UVA Center for Politics On my way to work this morning I heard Ziggy Marley’s Got to Be True to Myself.  Its lighthearted [...]

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My Experience Chasing the Race in Iowa

By Mikayla Kelz, Iowa Caucus Reporter If I could use one word to describe my experience at the Iowa Caucus, it would be inspirational. I learned so much just by going to presidential candidates rall [...]

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100’s of Free Resources from YLI – Including a Mock Student Election Starting February 22!

Super Tuesday comes to your classroom February 22-29! Empower your students to weigh in on the 2016 presidential hopefuls with the Super Student mock election from Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI) [...]

Read More »

Presidential Race Gathers Steam with Young Voters

Our Chase the Race 2016 coverage has begun in earnest.  The Iowa Caucus has passed, and preparations are in full swing for the GOP Debate on February 25, Super Tuesday on March 1, and the Democr [...]

Read More »

Politics and the 21st Century Female

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website According to data collected by Political Parity.org, women make up less than 20% of our Congress and hold only six governships. That puts the U. [...]

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Free Online Training for Educators

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Envision’s free Chase the Race 2016 curriculum is designed to empower students to experience the election process, and express themselves on the issues. Fo [...]

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Book Review: You Have a Brain: A Teen's Guide to T.H.I.N.K. B.I.G. – by Ben Carson

Author: Ben Carson Length: 240 pages Intent/Focus: A THINK BIG guideline for teens, incorporating Talent, Honesty, Insight, Niceness, Knowledge, Books, In-depth learning and God What You Will Lear [...]

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Free Curriculum: Election Simulation

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Chase the Race 2016 is underway, a multi-faceted educational experience bringing the U.S. Presidential election process to your classroom, with live event cove [...]

Read More »

The History of the U.S. Election Process – Part 1

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the American people will vote for the next President of the United States. Yet, the President is actually selected by the Elector [...]

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The History of the U.S. Election Process – Part 2

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In Part 1 of this mini refresher course we looked back at the earliest presidential elections in U.S. history and key elements of the process, as stipulated [...]

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Are Teens Interested in Politics?

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Teens are seldom considered to be a politically-active demographic. After all, they can’t vote. And, as Austin McBee, one of our Chase the Race 2016 Re [...]

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Key Issues for Teens Today

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website As we saw in our blog, “Are Teens Interested in Politics?” the youth demographic is not strongly politically-active. Many teens tend to ignore polit [...]

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Key Issues for Teens Today – Part 2

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In Part 1 of this series we heard from our Chase the Race 2016 Student Reporters and National News Team, as they spoke out on the issues they consider most signi [...]

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New Classroom Resources from Discovery Education

The Chase the Race 2016 program brings you exciting curricula and other valuable classroom resources, pooling the vast experiential education experience of Envision and our program partners. Engage [...]

Read More »

New Year’s Resolution: Register to Vote!

Envision’s Chase the Race 2016 program is now in full swing, offering a free, interactive curriculum with which educators can bring the dynamics and excitement of the campaign into their classrooms [...]

Read More »

Become a Chase the Race 2016 Guest Blogger

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website How do you plan to participate in the 2016 presidential campaign? What issues mean the most to you? As a student, parent or educator, how do you see your role [...]

Read More »

A Positive Voice for Politics

By Scott Warren, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Generation Citizen It’s hard not to be disillusioned by our country’s political system right now. Elected officials in Washington s [...]

Read More »

What to Expect from Iowa and Us

Envision Experience is sending two student reporters and a staff team of educators and communications pros to Iowa for Monday’s Presidential Caucus. Our live coverage begins on Sunday morning [...]

Read More »

Worth Sharing: Why Your Students Should Blog

One of our primary missions at Envision is to empower students to discover their passion and their voice. In today’s digital world, when it’s remarkably easy for anyone to develop both a v [...]

Read More »

Announcing our Chase the Race 2016 Student Reporters!

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In October, Envision extended an invitation to our program alumni to apply for twelve spots as onsite student reporters, covering the most high-profile events [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race 2016 - Overview

LEARN MORE - Visit our Chase the Race 2016 website for information about our customized election curriculum, live onsite campaign events, coverage from students across the U.S. and much more! [...]

Read More »

Recent Books by Presidential Candidates

Book Review: Recent Books by Presidential Candidates  Author: Multiple Candidates Intent/Focus: A snapshot collage of several recent publications from 2016 presidential candidates What You Wi [...]

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Chase the Race Political Simulation – Free for Educators

Chase the Race Political Simulation – Free for Educators Your students can experience the U.S. presidential election process like never before, with Envision’s custom-designed Chase the [...]

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The Bernie Sanders Phenomenon: An Envision Alumni Accounting of the 2016 Sacramento Bernie Sanders Rally

By Jessica G. Alumna, Intensive Law & Trial ‘15 While today’s primary elections in California and New Jersey will likely mark the mathematical clinching of the Democratic nomination for Hillary Clinton, it will probably not be the end of Bernie Sanders campaign. With platform concessions and influence over the vice presidency at stake, Sanders’s Democrat [...]

Read More »

Let's Talk About the Election

By Duncan Young, CEO Of Envision As a parent of three young girls and the CEO of an Experiential Learning Company, I cannot overstate the importance of getting our children engaged in the politic [...]

Read More »

Free Curriculum: Making or Faking? The Media in Politics

Have you and your students have caught “Race Fever”? Envision’s Chase the Race 2016 enables students across the U.S. to engage in the 2016 election process, learning from our intera [...]

Read More »

Book Review: Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools

Presidents, Congress, and the Public Schools: The Politics of Education Reform Author: Jack Jennings Length: 264 pages Intent/Focus: To examine the evolution of federal education policy and pres [...]

Read More »

Appointing a New Justice

By Annabelle Harris, Chase the Race 2016 National News Team Reporter – Tulsa, OK The recent passing of Justice Antonin Scalia has left a vacant seat in the Supreme Court. Many think the new Pre [...]

Read More »

Meet Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor, Chase the Race Reporters for the GOP Debate in Houston

Meet Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor, Chase the Race Reporters for the GOP Debate in Houston The Envision Experience Chase the Race 2016 team leaves for Houston on Wednesday to report on the Februa [...]

Read More »

New Lesson Plan from Discovery Education: Media and Debates

Discovery Education has partnered with Envision to provide valuable resources for leading your students through the milestones of the 2016 Presidential Election. The series of free, standards-ba [...]

Read More »

My Experience Chasing the Race in Houston by Fiona Ross

By Fiona Ross, Republican Debate Reporter I had an incredible experience as a Chase the Race 2016 reporter, and I learned a great deal about the fast paced world of journalism. Talking to the stude [...]

Read More »

My Experience Chasing the Race in Houston by Sean O'Connor

By Sean O’Connor, Republican Debate Reporter After reporting in Houston, Texas while covering the Republican GOP debate, my views on our democracy and the electoral process have been solidifie [...]

Read More »

Student Reporters Talk Palms and Politics at the Miami Democratic Debate

Yesterday in Miami, Chase the Race 2016 Reporters Gabryelle Matz-Carter and Kaicey Pritts interviewed a wide variety of voices throughout the day leading up to the Democratic Debate. Our reporters spo [...]

Read More »

Spotlight on Pulitzer-Prize Winning Educator, Doris Kearns Goodwin

Before she was a Pulitzer Prize winner, Doris Kearns Goodwin taught Government at Harvard for ten years. She later became a world-renowned presidential biographer, historian and polit [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race Travels to Miami for the Democratic Debate

Our final Chase the Race 2016 event prior to the Democratic and Republican National Conventions this July is upon us.  Student reporters Gabryelle Matz-Carter and Kaicey Pritts will journey to Mi [...]

Read More »

Super Tuesday Results – Too Close to Call

By Wilson Reynolds, Chase the Race 2016 National News Team Reporter – Glen Ellyn, IL  While Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may seem to have benefited enormously from the primary results of Su [...]

Read More »

Free Curriculum: Picking POTUS

Chase the Race 2016 brings the U.S. Presidential election process to your classroom, with live event coverage, student reporters, and free, custom-designed curricula. Empower your students – [...]

Read More »

Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crilley Meet with DNC and RNC Officials

Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crilley Meet with DNC and RNC Officials We are in the midst of our Super Tuesday coverage of the Presidential elections. Student reporters Abigail Kelly and Zachary Crill [...]

Read More »

What a Wild Super Tuesday That Was

What a Wild Super Tuesday That Was! Bernie won four states and Ted is not dead! Super Tuesday results defied convention, continuing what promises to be one of the most historic presidential elec [...]

Read More »

Student Reporters Opine About Decisive Super Tuesday Elections

Student Reporters Opine About Decisive Super Tuesday Elections Super Tuesday promises to be a defining moment in the presidential election cycle, clearly defining a frontrunner for both the Republi [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race Student Reporters See Diverse Voices at GOP Debate

Yesterday in Houston, Chase the Race Reporters Fiona Ross and Sean O’Connor interviewed a wide group of voices at the GOP Debates.  From political voices and journalists to students and profess [...]

Read More »

Got to be True to Myself - My VOTE is my VOICE.

By Meg Heubeck, Director of the Youth Leadership Initiative at the UVA Center for Politics On my way to work this morning I heard Ziggy Marley’s Got to Be True to Myself.  Its lighthearted [...]

Read More »

My Experience Chasing the Race in Iowa

By Mikayla Kelz, Iowa Caucus Reporter If I could use one word to describe my experience at the Iowa Caucus, it would be inspirational. I learned so much just by going to presidential candidates rall [...]

Read More »

100’s of Free Resources from YLI – Including a Mock Student Election Starting February 22!

Super Tuesday comes to your classroom February 22-29! Empower your students to weigh in on the 2016 presidential hopefuls with the Super Student mock election from Youth Leadership Initiative (YLI) [...]

Read More »

Presidential Race Gathers Steam with Young Voters

Our Chase the Race 2016 coverage has begun in earnest.  The Iowa Caucus has passed, and preparations are in full swing for the GOP Debate on February 25, Super Tuesday on March 1, and the Democr [...]

Read More »

Politics and the 21st Century Female

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website According to data collected by Political Parity.org, women make up less than 20% of our Congress and hold only six governships. That puts the U. [...]

Read More »

Free Online Training for Educators

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Envision’s free Chase the Race 2016 curriculum is designed to empower students to experience the election process, and express themselves on the issues. Fo [...]

Read More »

Book Review: You Have a Brain: A Teen's Guide to T.H.I.N.K. B.I.G. – by Ben Carson

Author: Ben Carson Length: 240 pages Intent/Focus: A THINK BIG guideline for teens, incorporating Talent, Honesty, Insight, Niceness, Knowledge, Books, In-depth learning and God What You Will Lear [...]

Read More »

Free Curriculum: Election Simulation

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Chase the Race 2016 is underway, a multi-faceted educational experience bringing the U.S. Presidential election process to your classroom, with live event cove [...]

Read More »

The History of the U.S. Election Process – Part 1

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, the American people will vote for the next President of the United States. Yet, the President is actually selected by the Elector [...]

Read More »

The History of the U.S. Election Process – Part 2

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In Part 1 of this mini refresher course we looked back at the earliest presidential elections in U.S. history and key elements of the process, as stipulated [...]

Read More »

Are Teens Interested in Politics?

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website Teens are seldom considered to be a politically-active demographic. After all, they can’t vote. And, as Austin McBee, one of our Chase the Race 2016 Re [...]

Read More »

Key Issues for Teens Today

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website As we saw in our blog, “Are Teens Interested in Politics?” the youth demographic is not strongly politically-active. Many teens tend to ignore polit [...]

Read More »

Key Issues for Teens Today – Part 2

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In Part 1 of this series we heard from our Chase the Race 2016 Student Reporters and National News Team, as they spoke out on the issues they consider most signi [...]

Read More »

New Classroom Resources from Discovery Education

The Chase the Race 2016 program brings you exciting curricula and other valuable classroom resources, pooling the vast experiential education experience of Envision and our program partners. Engage [...]

Read More »

New Year’s Resolution: Register to Vote!

Envision’s Chase the Race 2016 program is now in full swing, offering a free, interactive curriculum with which educators can bring the dynamics and excitement of the campaign into their classrooms [...]

Read More »

Become a Chase the Race 2016 Guest Blogger

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website How do you plan to participate in the 2016 presidential campaign? What issues mean the most to you? As a student, parent or educator, how do you see your role [...]

Read More »

A Positive Voice for Politics

By Scott Warren, Co-Founder & Executive Director of Generation Citizen It’s hard not to be disillusioned by our country’s political system right now. Elected officials in Washington s [...]

Read More »

What to Expect from Iowa and Us

Envision Experience is sending two student reporters and a staff team of educators and communications pros to Iowa for Monday’s Presidential Caucus. Our live coverage begins on Sunday morning [...]

Read More »

Worth Sharing: Why Your Students Should Blog

One of our primary missions at Envision is to empower students to discover their passion and their voice. In today’s digital world, when it’s remarkably easy for anyone to develop both a v [...]

Read More »

Announcing our Chase the Race 2016 Student Reporters!

Visit the Chase the Race 2016 website In October, Envision extended an invitation to our program alumni to apply for twelve spots as onsite student reporters, covering the most high-profile events [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race 2016 - Overview

LEARN MORE - Visit our Chase the Race 2016 website for information about our customized election curriculum, live onsite campaign events, coverage from students across the U.S. and much more! [...]

Read More »

Recent Books by Presidential Candidates

Book Review: Recent Books by Presidential Candidates  Author: Multiple Candidates Intent/Focus: A snapshot collage of several recent publications from 2016 presidential candidates What You Wi [...]

Read More »

Chase the Race Political Simulation – Free for Educators

Chase the Race Political Simulation – Free for Educators Your students can experience the U.S. presidential election process like never before, with Envision’s custom-designed Chase the [...]

Read More »

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