Mock Presidential Elections for Schools?

Answer By watching a presidential campaign on television, students can witness the drama and clash of ideas as the field of candidates narrows from primary-election hopefuls to major-party nominees. Your ... 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 are presidential elections in Mexico?

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 »

How often are presidential elections held in France?

Presidential elections are held in France every five years in a two-step process. All voters participate in the first stage of voting, but if no candidate receives a majority of the votes, the cand... Read More »

Does Guam vote in U.S. presidential elections?

The U.S. territory of Guam can vote to send delegates to each major party's conventions when choosing a nominee for president, but Guam residents cannot vote in the actual presidential election, ac... Read More »