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13 April, 17:46

While state law governs many aspects of the election process, the federal government is responsible for

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  1. 13 April, 18:24
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    conducting the election?
  2. 13 April, 19:00
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    Conducting the election is the correct answer.

    Explanation:

    In the US constitution, the election clause deals with the elections. It is the primary source for the elections of House of Representatives and Senate. It grants authority to a different level of government. The election clause gives the state primary responsibility for regulating the congressional elections to the Congress.

    The federal elections are conducted by both the state and local governments. The constitution also provides wide-ranging power to the states for conducting elections. The Federal government also plays an important role in the elections. The Election Assistance Commission and The Federal Election commission are two federal bodies that deal with them.
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