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Primary elections and caucuses held in each U.S. state are essential to the way that political parties select their presidential candidates.
Does the Hatch Act infringe on a worker’s First Amendment right to free speech?
Election Day in the United States often arrives dressed as a carnival.
The transition process begins with the defeated candidate’s concession speech.
Though not required, every president since George Washington has delivered an inaugural address.
A re-elected president is not under time pressure to fill a full slate of top government positions.
Some pollsters and political pundits view the outcomes as referendums on the policies of the president.
Economic success has come to only about 10 percent of Indian people.
Mentor mothers work beside doctors and nurses, helping patients adhere to the treatment.
The Supreme Court is the ultimate arbiter of constitutionality.
The U.S. Constitution requires the president to report to Congress on the “State of the Union.”