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Know any good resources for general government operation/procedure?

  1. Nov 6, 2004 #1
    I find myself asking lots and lots of questions about how the government operates, and I just can't seem to find it out. What I'm specifically looking for are the following:

    - Whether or not I will be able to vote in any 2006 primaries (congress, governor, etc.) if I am 18 by the time of Nov. 2, but not 18 by the time of the primary elections.

    - How long State District Attorneys serve for, and if they leave office early, how are their replacements determined?

    - If a Senator leaves office early, how is his replacement determined?

    These are just some questions that come to mind immediately. If you could answer these questions individually, that'd be great, but it'd be even better if you could share some site with lots of information on government operation, rules for succession etc.

    Thanks alot,
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