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How US Presidential Primary Process Works

The U.S. presidential election cycle is split into two voting phases. First is the voting for the nomination in primary elections and caucuses, which take place on different days in different states. This is followed by the general election, which takes place on Election Day everywhere in the country. This is a look at the first phase and what it entails. How do the Democratic and Republican parties select their presidential nominees? Presidential primary elections or caucuses...

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