How Do Caucuses Work?


Subject:
U.S. Elections , Caucuses

Description:
This essay explains how caucuses work, and outlines the differences between presidential primaries and caucuses, which are both "a means for each political party to let voters nationwide select their party's presidential nominee." The Iowa caucus (the first of the presidential election year) is used as an example. Includes links to further information about the U.S. presidential election system. From HowStuffWorks.

Publisher:
HowStuffWorks, Inc.

Language:
English

Source:
http://people.howstuffworks.com/question721.htm


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