Type of Elections in US

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There are different types of elections in the United States of America, mainly can be classified in to two types they are National Level Elections and Local Elections. The National Level Elections include the Presidential Elections, Senate Elections, House of Representatives Elections, Governor Elections, and the local elections include the elections for City and County to the Government Positions like Mayor, Sheriff.

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  • Presidential Elections
  • Senate Elections
  • House of Representatives Elections
  • Governor Elections
  • Mayor Elections
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Federal Elections:

In the US, Federal Elections include the Presidential Elections, Senate Elections, House of Representatives Elections, Governor Elections.

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Presidential Elections:

Presidential Elections include electing the President as well as Vice President. The Citizens of US indirectly elect the President and Vice- President of US. The US Electorate cast their vote to the Electoral College in the Presidential Elections. The President and the Vice-President are elected by the Electoral College. The President of the US serves a four year term whereas the Vice President too. The Presidential Elections in the US will be held once in every four years. The last Presidential Election was held on 8th November 2016 so next Presidential Election will be held on 3rd November 2020.

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Congressional Elections:

The US Congress has two houses, one is represented by the Senators and the second one is represented by the House of Representatives.

Senate Elections:

The US Senate has 100 seats two senate seats for each State, the US Senator term will be for 6 years.  These 100 seats are classified in to three classes. In the US Senate elections will be held once in two years, in each senate Election one Class goes for elections.

House of Representatives Elections:

The US House of Representatives have 435 members; the term of the US House of Representative Member is 2 years. The House of Representatives Elections will be held once every two years. The Elections will be held on first Tuesday after 1st November during the even years.

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Governor Elections:

Each State and permanent Territories of US will have a Governor and the Governor will be Commander in chief and Chief Executive of that State. In five states there are Lieutenant Governors.

Local Elections:

The US local elections include County Elections, Mayor Elections, and City Elections.

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Locate Your Polling Place US Online

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How to Locate Polling Place in US?

  • Visit your State’s Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Polling place can be located either by voter information or by residential address.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.

Locate Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Locate Polling Place in US with Voter Information?

  • Visit your State’s Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.

Check Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Locate Polling Place in US by Residence Address?

  • Visit your State’s Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by Residence Address option.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter House Number.
  • Enter your Street direction, Street Name, and type of the Street.
  • Enter the Street Suffix.
  • Enter your Zip code and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.

Find Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote in US Elections

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How to Vote US Senate Elections?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote US House of Representative Elections?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote US Governor Elections?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote US Federal Elections?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote US Local Elections?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Locate your Polling Place Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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How to Vote Presidential Elections US?

  • Visit your State Election Office official website.
  • Select My Polling Place from the main menu.
  • Locate your Polling Place online window will be displayed.
  • Select search by voter information button.
  • Select your County from the Counties List.
  • Enter your last name.
  • Enter your Date of Birth and click the search button.
  • A window will be displayed with your polling place details and location.
  • Locate your Polling Center.
  • On the Election Day visit the Polling Place along with the Voter ID card or any Valid Identity Document.
  • Show your Voter ID card or Identity document at the entrance of the Polling Place.
  • Now check your name in the Electoral Roll or voters roll.
  • After the confirmation of your name in the voters roll collect the ballot papers.
  • Make sure that the ballot paper is stamped.
  • Now go the polling booth and select the choice of your candidate for whom you want to cast your vote.
  • After the making the mark or selecting the candidate, drop the ballot paper in the ballot box.

Check your Polling Center Online – https://www.usa.gov/register-to-vote

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FEC – Federal Election Commission US

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The Federal Election Commission of United State of America in the year 1975. The Federal Election Commission is an autonomous constitutional agency which is responsible to conduct the elections in the United States of America. The Federal Election Commission consists of 6 Commissioners; these Commissioners are appointed by the President of US. Among the 6 Commissioners of Federal Election Commission only three can be appointed from the same party.

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US FEC – Federal Election Commission:

S.NO Designation Name Party
1 FEC Chairman Ellen L. Weintraub Democrat
2 FEC Vice-Chairman Matthew S. Peterson Republican
3 FEC Commissioner Caroline C. Hunter Republican
4 FEC Commissioner Steven T. Walther Independent
5 FEC Commissioner Vacant  
6 FEC Commissioner Vacant  

US FEC – Federal Election Commission Duties:

  • FEC is responsible for disclosure of funds raised to Federal Elections.
  • FEC is responsible for disclosure of funds spent to Federal Elections.
  • Restrictions on Contributions made to influence Federal Elections.
  • Restrictions on Expenditure made to influence Federal Elections.
  • Public Financing of Presidential Campaigns.
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