The United States presidential elections occur once every four years. Voters are required to register, and may then proceed to cast their votes on Election Day – traditionally held on the Tuesday after the first Monday during the month of November.
The initial process kicks off with a nomination procedure, and is held between the months of January and June, in the particular election year. This consists of the primary elections and the nominating conventions, during which a representative will be elected for each party.
With technology such as radio and television having developed in leaps and bounds over recent years, the media has played an influential role in the presidential elections. Not only has technology opened the highways and byways for internet activism, but it has been the flint that has ignited the spark for a new gambling favourite: US election betting. Continue reading US Election Betting Explored: Casting More Than Just A Vote