As a specialist of U.S.domestic politics, Jin introduces in his article the complicated process of America's general elections and reminds us to pay attention to the two major lines of the event: one is the electoral campaign itself, the other is the general orientation of policy making. Now it is difficult to say who will be the next president of the United States because the support rate for both Gore and Bush is very close and both have some advantages. As for the policy orientation, then it must be decided by Bill Clinton and the Republicans in the Congress. Of course, the Republicans will take some parts from Clinton's policy and label them as a product of Republican Party. No matter who will be the President of the United States, the final result of the election will have a certain yet limited impact on Sino American relations, because both Gore and Bush are “internationalists” and principally support for free trade and value the great power relationship. Still, the interference of U.S. domestic politics will remain the same and we should keep sharp vigilance over the situation.