The minimum length of a campaign is 36 days. The maximum varies, however the Elections Act sets some restrictions and requirements.
The last federal election was held in Australia on August 21st, 2010, after a month long campaign, resulting in a Parliament with a mandate to serve until September 27th, 2013 (making the last possible date for the next election November 30th, 2013).
It started from "A" to "Z"
The Prime Minister of Canada remains in office as long as they are able to control the majority of votes in the Parliament. As of 2007, a law was passed fixing election dates to every 4 years, but the Prime Minister need not change after the election.
from December 26, 1862, to July 4, 1863
there are some igloos in Canada, but people rarely live in them. They are mostly in the colder regions of Canada and they don't last too long.
excited He looked pretty happy, and probably more than a bit relieved that the long election campaign was finaly over.
They're so long because of the many stages in the campaign 1. invisible primary 2. primaries 3. national party convention 4. general election between final candidates 5. electoral college
It depends on the country. Feel free to re-ask your question with the missing information.
There was no such thing as the ANZAC war. The ANZACs were involved in an entire campaign consisting of numerous battles, and the campaign lasted for eight months, from April until December.
the kokoda battle/campaign lasted just over 9 months in 1942 - 1943
The Normandy Campaign is traditionally considered to have concluded with the liberation of Paris on Aug. 25, 1944.
orbit because their whole campaign is saying its "ridicously long lasting flavor!"
A party can stay in power for any amount of time provided when an election is called they continue to be voted in.
It lasts the whole day in Canada. Some people say this is not true , but April fools is ALL DAY!
plz i want to get it but dont know if it is as long as the normal campaign because that would be long. Thx
Maybe. The last election took a very long time because of questions about some ballots.
There are more like 8 steps in the election process. They are:Candidates announce plans to run for officeCandidates campaign against candidates in their own party to win the primary electionPrimary elections are held; Republicans vote for the Republican candidate and Democrats vote for the DemocratEach party has their own week long convention to announce their candidates for President and Vice PresidentCandidates campaign against candidates of all political parties to win votes in the general electionThe people vote for President-actually voting for the group of electors in the General ElectionThe Electoral College casts its voteOn January 20 the President is sworn into office
canada gets lemons imported to canada because we dont have enough lemons to last all year long since we only grow lemons in the summer.
About 4 years
There is no residency requirement. The leader of a political party which obtains the most seats in an election becomes Prime Minister, so that person could have been in Canada for a day and became Prime Minister.
Their new advertising campaign starts on TV tomorrow night. The campaign on the western front was fought long and hard
The insurrection by the Metis in Canada lasted from March 26 to May 12, 1885.
I think you mean the Overland Campaign - of which the Wilderness was the first big battle. The other two were Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor, before they settled in for the long siege of Petersburg, which cost so many casualties that Lincoln wrote in his diary that he expected to lose the 1864 General Election.