How long do we elect a president? u grandpa
We elect a president for a 4 year term and after the foru years the president can be re-elected for only one more term.
In the USA, it apparently takes 20 months to choose and elect a president for a 48 month term.
The vice president-elect becomes the president if the president-elect dies.
Mexico has been a democracy where the citizens can elect a president and representatives since 2000.
Vice President-elect Joseph Biden will be sworn in prior to President-elect Obama.
Then the vice president-elect becomes president.
President-elect means that they've been elected but have not yet taken office.
the month we elect the president is in January
Each president elected stays in office for four years
The president elect for 2008 is Barack Obama
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The President-elect is Barack H. Obama.
The 20th Amendment (Section 3) says the Vice President-elect will become president if the President-elect dies before the beginning of his term. The Vice President-elect would be sworn in on Inauguration day as the President and serve the full term to which the President-elect was elected.
The Vice-President Elect.
according to the 20th amendment if the president-elect dies the vice president-elect takes the precidency
there is an election every 4 years, a president can serve 2 terms( 8years.)
A US President may serve only two concurrent elective terms.
It is of coarse that the french people elect the french president
US Constitution, Amendment XX, Section 3. If, at the time fixed for the beginning of the term of the President, the President elect shall have died, the Vice President elect shall become President....
The vice president succeeds the president-elect in the event of death. The basis for this succession is based on the 25th amendment of the constitution in 1967.