ewelections1 Mrs. Malm
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    At least a year before election day, leading members of the political parties start to "toss their hats" into the ring," announcing their plans to run for the presidency. Then, between February and June, the Democratic and Republican party organizations in each state decide which candidates they'll support. In over 30 states, this decision is made in presidential primaries. Registered Democrats and Republicans vote for one of their party's candidates.
    Once the national party nominees are chosen, the presidential campaign begins. Each nominee tries to convince the voters that he or she is the best candidate. Once the national party nominees are chosen, the presidential campaign begins. Each nominee tries to convince the voters that he or she is the best candidate.
    Then on election day, millions of Americans go to neighborhood polls to cast their votes for the next president of the United States. The electoral college system is then used to determine the winner of the election.
    Finally, on January 20, the new president is inaugurated and begins a four-year term as the holder of the highest office in our nation.
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