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Kelly Ann Shiley
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Mr. Davis
Friday, April 30, 2010

Political Socialization Paper

I was born in Tampa, Florida on Sunday, May 12, 1991 to Chris Robert and Katherine Ann Shiley. My father was born on December 11, 1962 in Sacramento, California. He spent his childhood living all throughout Arlington, Texas where he earned his high school diploma from Southwest Christian Academy. My mother was born in Oneonta, New York on March 16, 1961. She spent her childhood living in Elmont, New York where she earned her high school diploma from Sewanaka High School and even attended a semester at Nassau Community College although she never obtained a degree. I have only one sibling, my brother James Charles Shiley. He was born on September 14, 1998 in Fort Worth, Texas.

From the beginning and on through now my family continues to remain a part of the lower-middle class. At age 7 years old after learning that the Lord was my Savior I chose to baptize in a cow trough in Godley, Texas. Saturday, June 7, 2008, I graduated with honors receiving an Early Graduation Scholarship from Mirabeau B. Lamar High School in Arlington, Texas. I am currently a sophomore majoring in an Associate of Arts in Teaching (E-6) degree at the Northeast Campus of Tarrant County College. I am what my parent s like to call a “mutt” because I am of Irish, Dutch, German, Scotch, Czechoslovakian and Cherokee nationalities.
My party affiliation is the Republican party.
According to the quiz I took on http://www.blogthings.com/liborconquiz, I am 70% conservative and 30% liberal.
As of this current moment I have no level of participation in politics for example voting, campaigning, or any other activities in that respect.
My attitude on school prayer is that I support it.
The merits of educational vouchers are they can specifically aid certain student masses whom are in need of…...

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