Let's Party!

December 2007
Weekly Reader News - Edition 3;12/21/2007, Vol. 77 Issue 14, p3
The article focuses on the presidential election in the U.S. in November 2008. Most of the presidential candidates, who are people running to be elected president, are part of one of two main political parties, or groups. It states that January is an important time for both the Democratic and Republican parties because this is when the first primaries and caucuses will begin. According to Jack Barse of Kids Voting USA, the primary elections and caucuses are a very important part of the political process.


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