Hvert fjerde år utøver statsborgere i USA en av de mektigste rettighetene de har: deres rett til å stemme på USAs president. Mens det er mange muligheter gjennom året for å stemme i mindre eller lokale valg, gir dette spesifikke valget dem muligheten til å velge kandidaten som de tror vil tjene det amerikanske folket, beskytte landet og forbedre vår livsstil.
A candidate is the individual who is running for an elected office.
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The Electoral College is the body of people that formally select the President and Vice President. Each state's total number of electors is based on their total representation, with more populous states receiving more votes. Whichever candidate receives more than half of the total votes wins the election.
Elections in the United States
President: John F. KennedyVP: Lyndon B. Johnson
Inauguration Day is the day that the President of the United States, along with their Vice President, is sworn into office. Inauguration Day takes place every four years on January 20th.
A ballot is the official form where voters select their choice of candidates. They may also select ballot measures that reflect their personal preference.
President: Richard M. NixonVP: Henry Cabot Lodge
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