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Primari e Caucaso

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    Shun Y.
    US
    Shun Y.

    Good information

    Tansholpan Z.
    KZ
    Tansholpan Z.

    There are two types of primaries, closed and open. In a closed primary, voters may vote only in the primary of the political party in which they registered. For example, a voter who registered as a Republican can only vote in the Republican primary. In an open primary, registered voters can vote in the primary of either party, but are allowed to vote in only one primary. Most states hold closed primaries.

    John H.
    US
    John H.

    I found that to be interesting. I guess that it is a lot more complex to run for the white-house, than I thought. Of course, I will run for the 24th Congressional District of New York in 2016. So, I need to better understand the process. I heard of Primaries before, but not the Caucuses.

    Desiree B.
    US
    Desiree B.

    i cant the video

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