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What are the three kinds of presidential primaries?


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2008-02-07 14:52:00
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Closed, semi-closed and open.


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Yes. Puerto Ricans can vote in presidential primaries but are not permitted to vote in the presidential election.

All party members get to vote in the presidential primaries whereas they do not in the caucus system.

Presidential primaries are party elections and caucuses to determine who the presidential nominee will be for each political party. They are held between January and June before the general election in November.

Virginia Eisenstein has written: 'Presidential primaries of 1972' -- subject(s): Primaries

To choose delegates for the national convention.

Thirty-four US states and the District of Columbia hold presidential primary elections. There are three types of primaries, open, closed and mixed.

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Most candidates do believe that presidential primaries are helpful for people to make a choice. Through the primaries, people get a chance to learn more about all the candidates before the choices are narrowed down.

The presidential primary for 2016 in California is set for June 7.

Some disadvantages the presidential primaries posed on the parties were: it took power away from the parties, the candidates must campaign harder to win supporters votes, and win spotlight in media.

State delegates are three per congressional district. This does not include so-called "super delegates"

Yes, if you met the legal requirements to vote in the primary, you should be able to vote in the Presidential election.

New Hampshire's primaries are first by state law.

If a person is the nominee for a particular party, then he (or she) has already won his (her) primary.

The Democrats use primaries to choose their presidential candidate. They pick the candidate who has the best chance to win. The popular vote in Democratic primaries is altered by the appointment of "Super-Delegates". This has been a controversial part of their primary process.

Since 1972, Iowa has held the first caucuses of the presidential primaries.

caucuses: private events run by political parties . Only active. party members participate.Primaries: elections run by state and local government. Any registered voter can vote regardless of party membership.

Primaries begin in January of an election year. The Iowa caucus and New Hampshire primaries are usually the first, with one or two state primaries each week until "Super Tuesday," a single day in late February or early March when nearly half the states conduct primaries and caucuses.

choosing between candidates already nominated by political parties

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