TALLINN - The American elections are over, and the voters have spoken, in 50 different ways. In the U.S., each state sets its own election law, and, ultimately, through the states’ voting systems, from Alaska to Florida, the American people ‘speak’ by casting their vote for the president of the United States every four years. Election Day confusion is considered normal in America, whether it be “do I have proper identification to prove my identity,” to “where do I vote?” A more common concern in certain parts of America today is that a v...
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