How often are presidential elections in Mexico?

Answer Mexico is a federal republic and holds presidential elections every six years. The Mexican president is elected by a simple majority of voters and cannot be re-elected. Potential candidates have to... Read More »

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In how many presidential elections have we had only one candidate?

Three presidential elections are considered unopposed: George Washington in 1789 and 1792 and James Monroe in 1820. However, even in those three elections, electoral votes were cast for other cand... Read More »

How often do they hold presidential elections in Brazil?

Under the constitution adopted in 1988, Brazil holds presidential elections every four years; the next election is scheduled for October 2010. Since the president can only be re-elected for one add... Read More »

How often are French presidential elections held?

French presidential elections are held every five years, and there is no term limit. Before a 2000 referendum, the term of office was seven years. The last two presidential elections were held in... Read More »

Does media affect presidential elections?

On One Hand: The Media Does Play a RoleAccording to, scholars and practitioners alike are unsure of the media's actual effect on election results. However, they agree that th... Read More »