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.