In the national elections, he won in a landslide vote.
Make 'em Laugh Now you know what you want to say and how you want to say it. Our country is sharply divided over a war that is being waged in a distant land. Begala: You have to give the audience a stake in the speech, too. Do you have any experience with government or leadership positions?
Before this speech, a young man named Stanley Exley came up to me.
As Rock Brower told us, "Always write something you believe for someone you believe in," especially if that someone is yourself. But perhaps what made him win the elections were the promises he made to the Filipino people such as: shifting to a federal form of government, addressing abortion and contraception issues, creating an improved agrarian and tax reform program, and forging a partnership with China while maintaining strong relationships with the United States, among others.
Then, think about your involvement in the community: Are you a leader outside of school?