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US Presidential Election Actually 50+ Separate Votesi
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Jeffrey Young
November 01, 2012 5:06 PM
Election Day in the United States is different than in many other nations because there is not a single, national vote. Instead, each state runs its Election Day by its own rules. VOA's Jeffrey Young has more in this segment of "How America Elects."

US Presidential Election Actually 50+ Separate Votes

Published November 01, 2012

Election Day in the United States is different than in many other nations because there is not a single, national vote. Instead, each state runs its Election Day by its own rules. VOA's Jeffrey Young has more in this segment of "How America Elects."


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