Primary and General Elections
(Even Years--June & Nov.) A primary election is an election in which
voters in a jurisdiction select candidates for a subsequent election (nominating
primary). In other words, primary elections are generally when each political
party decides its nominee for the upcoming general election. Primaries are
common in the United States, where they trace their origin to the progressive
movement. Elsewhere in the world, the nomination of candidates is usually the
responsibility of political parties and does not make use of the public
apparatus for holding elections.
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