The indirect election plan used to elect the president?
Which amendment makes it possible that a presidential candidate can lose the popular vote but still win the electoral vote?
This phenomenon is not due to any amendment. Amendment 12 changed the procedure for electing the President, but did not actually change the indirect way the President is elected. Popular vote is not mentioned in the Constitution and does not elect directly elect the President and such is the plan in the body of the Constitution.
If it really is the most widely supported plan, it is probably because it is the easiest to understand and explain. Direct popular vote is the simplest possible way to hold an election. Unfortunately, it has many drawbacks which is why it is not used to elect the US president.
The Virginia plan for the American Constitution was supported by large states because it gave them more power to elect the president. Some of these states were Pennsylvania, New York, and Massachusetts.
During the American Civil War, President Lincoln proposed a plan called the 10 percent Reconstruction plan. It was a way for southern states to rejoin the Union. It stated that a state could rejoin if 10 percent of voters (counted in the presidential election of 1860) had taken an oath of allegiance to the U.S. and pledged to abide by emancipation. Then, these states would have to elect a state government. A state legislature could… Read More
Francisco Madero was a president in Mexico who was born on October 30, 1873 and was assassinated on February 22, 1913. The Modero Plan was the beginning of the anti re election movement in Mexico.
What was the result of President Johnson's plan to unite white opponents against the Fourteenth Amendment for the election of 1866?
Republicans won a resounding victory
He doesn't. Sadly, both sides will claim there is fraud or that the other side is trying to steal the vote. But there is no evidence to support the assertion that President Obama plans to steal the election. This is a common belief on the part of many Republicans, just as Democrats believed President Bush stole the election or got elected due to fraudulent means.
When did the framers's original plan for the election of the president and vice president first become problematic?
The original plan was the make the person with second most votes for president the vice president. Trouble started brewing at the third presidential election in 1796 when the two main candidates, Adams and Jefferson espoused different views on federal government and political parties began forming in support of these differing views. Once a two-party system evolved, it was clear that the president and vice president would always be from different parties under the original… Read More
Originally it was planned that state legislators would select a state's electors, who would meet and vote independently in the Electoral College, casting votes for two different individuals. The one with the most votes would become President, the one with the second highest total would become Vice President. Some scholars suspect that the nature of the voting was intended not to produce victors, but rather to narrow the candidates for President and Vice-President, to be… Read More
Selection of officials on the basis of those receiving the largest numbers of votes cast--sometimes refers to a proposal to choose the president and vice president on the basis rather than through the Electoral College
President Lyndon Johnson fervently supported the army of South Vietnam. However, he was reluctant to send US troops as it would decline his popularity and he wanted to win in the 1964 election. He supported sabotage efforts by Operation Plan 34B in North Vietnam. Johnson sent US troops to South Vietnam shortly after his election.
after the election of 1932, president hoover lost the election and the next president was fdr (franklin d roosevelt) and he expiremented with many different ideas to get through the great depression. he came up with a plan called "The New Deal" and although this got them through the tough times, it didnt completley resolve it. this lead on to world war 2
-district plan -proportional plan -direct popular election plan -national bonus plan
Money... you're dead in the water without the support , volunteerism and money from the population. People like soros can still buy an election but deceiving the population has to be part of the plan...
after statehood requirements were met
after statehood requirments were met
after statehood requirements were met
In what plan of local government do the voters elect a legislative group that then hires an executive?
A+ the citizens
In 2008, President Robert Gabrielle Mugabe was reelected under the election rules of Zimbabwe. But he had to negotiate a power-sharing plan under which his opponent Morgan Tsvangirai, became Prime Minister. Tsvangirai's party, the Movement for Democratic Change, captured a majority of the Parliamentary seats.
direct popular election plan
direct popular election plan
Because of his plan with the New Deal. It was a new idea that was mysterious and FDR promised it would help. Many Americans preferred having FDR as president than Hoover, who was disliked by by most of the country at that time.
District Plan Proportional Plan Direct Popular Election Plan
Eliminate the Electoral College and have the people vote directly for the President as they do for other offices. Something similar has already been done for the election of Senators, except the people did not even vote for Senator as they do for President. The state Legislatures originally appointed Senators.
President Johnson himself that's why its called "President Johnson's Reconstruction plan"
Lincoln's plan to reunite the nation after the Civil War provided that if 10 percent of the people who voted in election swore allegiance to the Union then the seceded states could reenter the Union. Lincoln wanted to make it easy for the seceded states to rejoin the Union. Following the assassination of President Lincoln, President Johnson was also lenient concerning this issue. This placed him at odds with the Radical Republicans.
President-elect Obama's staff has indicated that they favor financial help to the auto industry only if the money is used to make more efficient vehicles. This would include, but not be limited to, cars that use hybrid technology.
what is the presindents pension plan
Thomas Jefferson was elected President, and Aaron Burr was elected Vice-President in the 1800 Presidential election. The election was decided in the House of Representatives after Jefferson and Burr (from the same political party) inadvertently received the same number of electoral votes. Under the original plan of the Constitution, each elector cast two votes, and the candidate with the second largest number of electoral votes became Vice President. This proved unworkable with the advent of… Read More
the members of the lower house
That plan was called Continental Blockade and forbade any direct and/or indirect form of commerce with Great Britain and its colonies.
President Johnson's plan was called The Great Society.
Persuasion requires the indirect approach. One specialized version is the AIDA plan, which has four phases: 1. Attention 2. Interest 3. Desire 4. Action
They tell the voters about what their parties plan to do.
What is the district plan the proportional plan the direct plan popular election plan and the national plan for reforming the electoral college?
The district plan is a plan in which people in authority choose elected officials. A proportional plan is where votes are given in direct relation to the number of people who voted.
The voters in a state would elect one presidential voter from each of the state's districts.
John Wilkes Booth organized the plan to kill President Abraham Lincoln.
FDR won the election because he brought an actual plan to the table that people could actually find tangeable, where Hoover's plan to pull the country out of the Depression had long term goals; FDR wanted to fix things now. It's not that Hoover was a bad President, he just came about in the absolute wrong time in American History. If FDR would have been elected four years earlier, we would be talking about him… Read More
President Harry S. Truman initiated a national health plan when he asked legislators to establish a plan. On what date or term of office ?
How was President Johnson's reconstruction plan similar and different from President Lincolns ten percent plan?
well president Lincoln wanted to end slavery but on the other hand president Johnson wanted to keep it.
Harry S. Truman was the first president. The inventor of the marshall plan was George Marshall.
President Abraham Lincoln
describe lincolns plan for reunion ?
The 10% plan.
After the death of President Lincoln, the then Vice-President Andrew Johnson became President. He decided to not follow Lincoln's plan of reconstruction of the South, opting to create his own.
Is there a Section 125 in the Internal Revenue Code that says health care deductions cannot be stopped during a plan year?
Sec. 1.125-4 Permitted election changes ---- (a) Election changes. A cafeteria plan may permit an employee to revoke an election during a period of coverage and to make a new election only as provided in paragraphs (b) through (g) of this section. Section 125 does not require a cafeteria plan to permit any of these changes. See paragraph (h) of this section for special provisions relating to qualified cash or deferred arrangements, and paragraph (i)… Read More