Fb2 Nominations for elective office in the United States (Politics and people: the ordeal of self-government in America) ePub
by Frederick William Dallinger
|Author:||Frederick William Dallinger|
|Publisher:||Arno Press (1974)|
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Politics and people: the ordeal of self-government in America)
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Elections in the United States are held for government officials at the federal, state, and local levels
Elections in the United States are held for government officials at the federal, state, and local levels. At the federal level, the nation's head of state, the president, is elected indirectly by the people of each state, through an Electoral College. Today, these electors almost always vote with the popular vote of their state. All members of the federal legislature, the Congress, are directly elected by the people of each state
The executive branch is headed by the president and is formally independent of both the legislature and the judiciary. The cabinet serves as a set of advisers to the president
We argue that parties in the United States ar. The importance of nominations and the. nature of voter responses to parties are particularly impor-. tant points; we next elaborate on each.
We argue that parties in the United States are. best understood as coalitions of interest groups and activ-. David Karol is. Associate Professor of Government and Politics at the Uni-. versity of Maryland, College Park ([email protected]
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