Get Ready to Party!

May 2008
Weekly Reader News - Senior;5/9/2008, Vol. 86 Issue 28, p2
The article offers information on the presidential elections in the U.S. In summer 2008, both major political parties, the Republican and the Democratic, will hold national conventions. During the conventions, delegates or representatives from each state will cast votes and the candidates who get the most votes become the official presidential nominees.


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