Steps of the Election

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Written by Rachel Harris

Primary

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For example. Some republican nominees. Rick Santorum and Mittens Romney. There were others but these guys stood out.
We didn’t have a lot of choices it seemed.

The Primaries are the first step of the election process. In this step there are multiple candidates competing to be their parties’ nominee. During this step people can cast a vote towards who they wish to become their parties’ nominee. These elections can be either opened or closed. In the closed election only people from the specified party can vote. In an open election people from all parties can vote.

Conventions

Once each party has chosen their candidate for office, the individual then runs for the general election. Through speeches, they try to express their ideals and values in order to gain the approval of their voters, and outdo their opponent.

Campaigning

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Campaigning is the process in which each candidate in the election use media to gain popularity among the citizens by showing that their ideas are better for the American people than their opponents. Using media such as newspapers, radio, television, internet, and propaganda they gain the attention of the American people. Candidates will frequently implore the use of slander to destroy the image and self esteem of their opponent. General Election

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In this step, people vote on who they believe is suitable election for their district to be on the Electoral College. It is the Electoral College who votes on who becomes president.

Electoral College Vote

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After people have been selected to be a part of the Electoral College, those selected make a choice based on the populations beliefs that they represent. If more than half of the...
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