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American Elections

A look at the Presidential and Congressional elections in the United States

Cruz and Sanders Fight Back

After the notorious Super Tuesday, the smaller “super Saturday” follows. The remaining four Republican candidates compete in four states, while the two Democrats still left in the race had three states on the agenda. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Cruz and Sanders Fight Back”

Trump and Clinton conquer Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday is over. The most decisive day on the primary election process has divided a large number of delegates among the remaining candidates. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Trump and Clinton conquer Super Tuesday”

Preview: Super Tuesday

Tomorrow on the 1st of March 2016, the Primary Election process goes into its most decisive day yet, Super Tuesday. But what is Super Tuesday? Which states are involved? What is its history and which candidates will emerge from this day as winners? Continue reading “Preview: Super Tuesday”

Trump Triumphs in South Carolina and Nevada

South Carolina hosted the third test in the 2016 primary election for the Republican Candidates and just three days later, the Republican field was heading to Nevada. The last tests before the important “Super Tuesday” on March 1st. This leaves some important questions: Who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Trump Triumphs in South Carolina and Nevada”

Clinton beats Sanders in Nevada

Nevada was the proving ground for the two remaining Democrats in the third test after Iowa and New Hampshire. It is also the second to last trial before the decisive Super Tuesday on March 1st. This leaves the important questions: Who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Clinton beats Sanders in Nevada”

Anti-Establishment Victories in New Hampshire

The state of New Hampshire hosted the first primary election of the 2016 presidential election, one week after the caucus in Iowa. The questions then are, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “Anti-Establishment Victories in New Hampshire”

The Winners in Iowa

The first caucus for the American presidential election in 2016 is over. The people of Iowa have chosen their favorite candidates for the Democratic and Republican nomination for president. So, who won? Who lost? And what do these results mean? Continue reading “The Winners in Iowa”

The 2016 Primary Elections

The United States Primary Election is a process in which each party selects their presidential candidate. Also known as the primaries, these elections provide the people in each state with the opportunity to choose which of their party’s presidential candidate they would prefer to run for President. Continue reading “The 2016 Primary Elections”

The Low Voter Turnout

The American voters are choosing to abstain from voting more than ever. At the latest election, the midterm elections in 2014, the voter turnout was a little over 36%.  In other words, almost two-thirds of those eligible to vote, stayed home on Election Day.  Continue reading “The Low Voter Turnout”

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