The Presidential election process is a process that determines who serves as president vice president of the United States for a four-year term. The elections are conducted by various states and not by the federal government. The presidential election occurs quadrennially on the Tuesday after the first Monday of November. Although this all seems flawless, many believe that the system is very corrupt. One reason for example, is that the electoral colleges vote is worth more than the people’s vote.
The presidential primary election is one of the first steps in the process of electing the president of the United States of America. The state and local governments run the primary elections. Caucuses are private events run by the political parties. The political parties use the caucuses as a fundraiser for the supporters of the movement. At the end of the primary, one individual is left to represent each party- Democratic or Republican.
In the United States, primary elections serve to narrow down a field of candidates, and general elections actually elect candidates to office. The general election is usually held on the Election Day. The entire United States House of Representatives is elected on Election Day. The Democrats versus the Republicans is an ongoing battle. The candidates tend to abuse their money on propaganda to expose the flaws in their opponent and what they are going to do to change it. The U.S. President is also chosen during a November general election that follows primaries.
The Electoral College is a body of 538 popular elected representatives who formally select the president and vice president of the United States. Rather than directly voting for the president and vice president of the United States, citizens cast votes for electors. Electors are technically free to vote for anyone eligible to be president. Some believe the process is not fair to the public voters because the electoral colleges vote is more important. Each state has a...