is happy that the campaigns are ending by the time November arrives.
It has been an exhausting year for the candidates and all their
workers. The first Tuesday after the first Monday in November is
Election Day for national elections. People all over the country
go to polling places in their neighborhoods to vote. Some people
mark paper ballots to choose the candidate they want for President
of the United States, but most use electronic voting machines. The
nation will know who the next President will be when all the votes
Voters are questioned
by reporters as they leave polling places. Along with early electronic
results from voting machines, the information they gather enables
the television networks to predict winners even before all the polls
close. A winner is announced based on the popular vote. Once the
winner is known, he makes a victory speech. The losing candidate
makes a concession speech.
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