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In the United States, Election Day is set by law as a day to elect public officials. It always falls on the Tuesday following the first Monday in November. Presidential elections are held every four years.
Elections to the House of Representatives and United States Senate are held every two years. U.S. Representatives serve two year terms while Senators serve six year terms.
Many state and local governments hold elections on the same dates as federal elections. However, some may hold elections for state offices on odd-numbered years.