Elections

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Primary season is gearing up, and Tuesday’s primaries in four states are proving as pivotal as national elections. Once again, candidates endorsed…

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The Republican National Committee, headed by Ronna McDaniel, sent a letter to the Commission on Presidential…

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On Thursday, Sinema said to the Senate: “There’s no need for me to restate my longstanding…

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If she decides to run for office, AOC is up for reelection on November 8th, 2022.…

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Republicans are looking for a red wave when it’s time to vote for governors across the country in…

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Since New York has proposed the allowing of non-US citizens of the city to vote in local elections,…

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According to filings by the Federal Election Commission, the Democratic National Committee raised $11.4 million while the RNC…

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Embattled United States Attorney General Merrick Garland released the following comments in a statement regarding the suit: “Our…

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Tuesday saw some historic elections take place. In major cities, largely Democratic, candidates who had campaigned on a…

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Murphy barely squeaked by his opponent; for most of Tuesday night, as election results were tallied, Murphy and…

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He was the first African-American president in history, which was unforeseen. But that wasn’t the only newsworthy thing about the election. The drama surrounding Obama’s inauguration was another newsworthy event.
The post office is open for business on Election Day. On Election Day, which is always on a Tuesday in November, the Postal Service will deliver mail and parcels. Post Office only closes on Federal Holidays and Sundays, and since the election date is neither of those, it’s operational. 
In the early nineteenth century, a party's presidential candidate was nominated by a congressional caucus.