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WASHINGTON, November 6 (Itar-Tass) — Russian observers will monitor the general elections, which will be held in the United States on Tuesday, the Russian Embassy in Washington told Itar-Tass on Monday. Election stations will open at 08.00 local time (17.00 Moscow time).
The State Duma deputies and members of the Public Chamber will go to “the polling stations in Washington D.C. and the neighbouring state Maryland.” Meanwhile, “employees of the embassy will visit the polling stations in the states Ohio, Illinois, South Carolina and Florida,” the Russian embassy added.
At the general elections the United States will elect a new president, a new composition of the House of Representatives in the US Congress and a third of senators. Meanwhile, the elections will be also held in local authorities. The governors will be elected in 11 states and in two US territories.