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How to enter politics in the U.S.

Elections in the United States have always been unique in many aspects from elections in the rest of the world’s democracies. Among the reasons for their uniqueness are the country’s political structure and last but not leastits political culture. In this article, I will discuss how to enter politics in the United States and what is different and similar in this process compared to elsewhere where there are elections. Continue reading

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Alvin Greene for U.S. Senate

Interesting news in American politics today – jobless veteran Alvin Greene, a candidate for the U.S. Senate won the Democratic nomination in South Carolina, a Republican stronghold, by merely paying the fee of $10,400 from his own pocket to just enter the race. He actually never even met with his main opponent for the Democratic nomination, longtime state politician Vic Rawl, who claimed he never met Mr. Greene. Continue reading

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