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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #96724: Elections in the USA
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: Countries and nationalities | USA [Change theme]
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    Elections in the USA


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    1. The United States presidential elections are every years.

    2. The elections are always held on .

    3. To be a president, you must be at least years of age.

    4. The symbol of the Democratic party is the . The party colour is blue.

    5. The symbol of the Republican party is the . The party colour is red.

    6. There are electors in the United States government.

    7. The president lives in .

    8. Inauguration Day is on the .

    9. At least Electoral College votes are necessary to win the election.

    10. have the most Electoral College votes.

    11. A 'swing' state is also known as a state. It means that no candidate has overwhelming support in that state.

    12. are the biggest 'swing' states.

    13. You can be president for a maximum of terms.









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