Election Day History
Election Day refers to the day on which general elections in the United States are held. Presidential elections are held every 4 years and the elected president will then be sworn in and take office the following January 20th, a day known as Inauguration Day.
Election Day in the United States is always held on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
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Election Day References and Related SitesUS Government Archives: Electoral College US Government Archives: About the Electoral College