How Do Presidential Elections Work?
There are two main political parties in America; the Democratic Party and the Republican Party. People in all 50 states and the capital of Washington DC, get to vote. To be eligible to vote, generally, you need to be a U.S. citizen, 18 or older, and registered to vote. However, there are some state-specific eligibility rules. When the American's vote, they are voting to elect a group of people who make up the electoral college. It means a group of people with a shared task (in this particular case) to choose a president and the vice president.
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