This includes the ones in the preview once students need to keep track of who votes, and it also includes the blank ones for students to fill in once they write their amendments. I used these for government, each students had to come up with an amendment to our school rules (it's a word document so you can fill in your school name), and a Constitutional amendment. We went around to other classrooms and got students and teachers to vote on them. Some of their ones for school rules were wearing hats/hoodies, having their phones in class, having longer time between classes. Some for the Constitution were having free government provided insurance, flat tax, $11.50 federal minimum wage, English as the national language. I let them choose whatever interested them, as long as it is school appropriate.