The British Prime Minister is not directly elected; instead, he is appointed by the Queen after the general election. The leader of the party that secures the most seats in the House of Commons automatically becomes Prim... More »

The proper way to address the British Prime Minister in a letter is to begin by calling him or her "The Honourable." If he or she is a member of the Privy Council of the United Kingdom, he or she should be addressed as "... More »

At the outbreak of World War II, which was sparked by the 1939 German invasion of Poland, Neville Chamberlain was the prime minister of the United Kingdom; he was succeeded by Winston Churchill in 1940, who remained prim... More »

At the outbreak of World War II, which was sparked by the 1939 German invasion of Poland, Neville Chamberlain was the prime minister of the United Kingdom; he was succeeded by Winston Churchill in 1940, who remained prim... More »

A voting ballot in the state of Texas can include proposed constitutional amendments as well as candidates for local, statewide and nationwide elections for both party primaries and the general election. These voting opt... More »

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The purpose of a primary election is to narrow the field of candidates before a general election. Primary elections allow the people to play a larger role in the nominations of the party. The two main types of primary el... More »

Front-loading is the practice of scheduling state party caucuses and primary elections earlier and earlier than the general election. The act of front-loading provides decisive momentum toward one political nominee over ... More »