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Republican National Conventions

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Convention held by the Republican party every four years where the party's delegates elect their nominee for the presidency.
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Ohio is a critical state in a Presidential election, since it acts as a reliable bellwether for those elections for the Republican candidate. No Republican has ever won the Presidency without the state of Ohio, and only James G. Blaine (1884), Thomas Dewey (1944), and Richard Nixon (1960 were...
There will be a brokered national convention. After the delegates vote as pledged, and no one gets the majority of delegates, then the delegates vote again, this time not necessarily as they pledged to, that is, not necessarily as the voters from their states wanted them to. They vote again and...
For the 2012 Presidential Contest, a Republican nominee for President must have 1144 delegates vote for them on the first Presidential ballot at the Republican National Convention, since that is a simple majority of 2286 delegates.
Before the 1776 Declaration of Independence and subsequent war with England over independence, there was no national government in the sense that we understand today. Each colony (state) was somewhat independent from the other colonies and each had a governor that was appointed by the British...
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Because people on the far right make a lot of noise and are very energized in grassroots efforts. Each candidate of each party wants to energize their base for votes and also to build a large group on local levels that believe enough in the candidate to go out and talk to people about voting. They...
Article 1 of the US Constitution says that the Legislative Branch of Government should be divided into 2 groups. The house and the Senate. It says there has to be 2 senators per state.
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Because they submitted the winning bid. . All large events that don't happen in the same city every timego through the same basic process: the hosting organization sendsout a Request for Bids. (The Republican National Committee doesthis slightly differently: it creates a list of cities that it...
The month actually varies by year. The incumbent party has their  convention last.
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Several, the most recent was George W. Bush from January 2003 - January 2007.
Delegates are chosen by state party organizations. The methods vary from state to state, and between the two parties.     In primary states, candidates file delegate slates with their petitions of candidacy for the nomination. These delegates are usually people of some reputation in the party...
  this Ohioan and former State office holder served as the chairperson of the 2008 National convention, who was it?   Thank you
  The broadcast networks (ABC, CBS, NBC) will offer coverage of the convention from 7 to 8 p.m. each day. The cable news channels (MSNBC, CNN, Fox, C-SPAN) will broadcast live from St. Paul, Minn., and offer round-the-clock coverage.   PBS will air live convention coverage from 5 to 8 p.m....
  I believe it was Pastor Dan Yeary from North Phoenix Baptist Church
      Dick Cheney, George Bush, Arnold Schwarzenegger of California, Bobby Jindal of Louisiana and Rick Perry of Texas
Before there were primaries, the Convention chose the nominees for President and vice -president. In times, the nominees have already been decided before the convention begins, so the only purpose of the convention is to conduct party business, unite the party behind the candidates and kick off the...
  In a nutshell... Country before Party.... George Washington would have been proud.
  We go from Primaries in each state, to delegates that represent those candidates chosen, to the convention and then finally the delegates from those states must officially nominate the candidate, if the delegates agree an indivudal can be nominated by acclamation. From there the individual...
So the candidate's home state can cast the winning vote.
The initial indication is that it did not impress independent voters, but provided a bump in the Republican base. The speech was written for her and it's unclear how that will impact people who were initially impressed.   == ==   ----   == Personal Views ==   == ==   I don't think...
Obama won the 2008 Democratic National Convention
  Governor or (Gubernatorial) terms last four years.
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    In the United States, many federal employees are facing the possibility of a furlough (mandatory unpaid leave) in the spring and summer of 2013.       The legal reason for this is a bill passed by Congress and signed by the President that mandated "sequestration", an across...
  Fascism has several key aspects. They include:   Dominance by a dictator - which neither party has   Appeals to strident nationalism - certainly more Republican   Promotes suspicion or hatred of foreigners and "impure" people within their nation (think Jews in Germany) - if you are...
Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican president of the United States of America.
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It is Washington, DC (District of Columbia)
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The Democrats are the party that agreed to the proposal that would  outlaw the making and distributing of military style weapons to  civilians.
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  "Yes" to John McCain, when he came looking for a candidate.
The United States capital is Washington, District of Columbia (often shortened to "D.C."). did you mean capital city of America then it is Washinton d.c d.c STANDS FOR DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA The capital city of the United States of America is Washington D.C.
yes, if you were the vice president and the president died in office.If is also possible to be elected President by the House if no candidate wins a majority of the electoral votes. The House can choose any of the top three candidates. John Quincy Adams became President in 1825 even though he...
  Well, for the past 2 years, the Democrats have held the majority, and control, in the House. They will now remain in power for atleast 2 more years. The Republicans held the majority for quite a while before that.
  Alabama started turning Republican in response to the Civil Rights movement in the 1960's and was largely Republican during the Nixon Administration although some conservative democrats held sway. A good rule of thumb would be about 40 years (1968-2008)
  See here:     http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nominative_determinism
The Republican Party was formed at a convention in Michigan in July  1854 to fight the spread of slavery.
A hard question to answer, and the jury - in the form of all the  major political analysts - is still out on this. So the following  is purely a matter of opinion, not of predicting the future.   One problem in sizing Trump up is that he is a master public  relations manager with an excellent...
As of the summer of 2012, the Republicans are in the majority in the House of Representatives: there are 241 members of the Republican party serving currently, and 191 Democrats (plus three vacant seats, pending an election). It is not clear if that will continue to be the total once the November...
In 1976, Reaganchallenged incumbent President Gerald Ford in a bid to become theRepublican Party's candidate for president. Gerald Ford won thenomination at the Republican convention.
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It's a case in Latin, the Nominative is the case for the subject.
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  Because the house's people come from the population, senate's just have 2 from each state
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Hawaii cast 3electoral votes for Hillary Clinton and 1 electoral vote for BernieSanders in the 2016 election.
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the census determines the nuber of rep.s for house.
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== Answer ==   After each political party selects its candidate for president (usually in the summer preceding the presidential election), a general election is held on the first Tuesday of November every four years to select the President of the United States. The next presidential election will...
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Hillary Rodham Clinton
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Was held in Miami Beach ,Florida at the Miami Beach COnvetion Center. Richard Nixon was nominated by the party.
Elections in India are of two types direct and indirect elections
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the upper house is called the House Of Commons. And the lower house in case you wanted to know is the Senate
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