A president is technically chosen by the Electoral College. The electoral college is chosen by the people of the United States.
The president is chosen by an electoral college.
The purpose of the electoral college is to guarantee the presidential election process is fair based on the number of electorals represented and designated in each state
A candidate can win a popular vote by appealing to the state, but can lose a electoral vote by the electoral college deciding against him or her. the electoral college takes the popular votes and makes their vote, determining the new president. for example if Ohios popular vote was for Obama, the electorals would see that and would most likely pick Obama for their vote, but in the past the electorals have gone against the popular vote.
The people that are elected into the electoral college in California are chosen by people writing their names onto the ballet. They are chosen by the people of CA.
How is a president chosen when none of the candidates receives a majority of the electoral college vote
Electors to the Electoral College are chosen differently in each states. In some states the electors are elected during the party conventions.
They electoral college is chosen when you vote for your Congressperson. The people who are your Representatives and Senators are the votes.
The electoral college.
The US President is chosen by the Electoral College
When the votes of the electoral college are counted.
By the electoral college, though it usually (not always) falls in line with the popular vote.
Each state gets there own set number of electoral votes. If a candidate wins in that state, they get the electoral votes of that state.
in a ballot vote
Electors of the Electoral College in the United States are chosen by the respective political parties. The actual process varies from state to state.
The president is elected by the electoral college. Two hundred seventy electoral votes are needed to get elected.
In the US, the president is officially elected by the electoral college which is made up of the electors chosen from each state and DC.
They elect the president and vice-president.
The electoral college system was an attempt by the founders to build in another form of checks and balances.
The electors of the electoral college officially elect the president. They pledge their vote in advance so once the electors are chosen the outcome of their vote is not in doubt.