US Elections - How do they work?

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the US Congress and presidential

elections voting the people's chance to

decide who they want to run their

country and represent their interests

but how does it work in the United

States of America across the pond voting

is quite different like the UK

Parliament the United States Congress

has two houses the House of

Representatives and the Senate unlike

the UK there are public elections for

both houses and a third separate

election is held to choose a president

in the US the president is both the head

of state and the head of government in

the UK these roles are carried out

separately by the monarch and the Prime

Minister the House of Representatives in

the US Congress is designed to give a

voice to the people of every local

voting region of America members of the