The 538 electors are chosen based on each state's popular vote on the day after the first Monday of November. Those electors then cast their votes for U. S. president and vice president on the Monday after the second Wednesday of December.
November. It occurs on the first Tuesday after the first Monday (I.e. can't be the first day of the month).
The month we vote for a NEW president is November.
in November they vote for president
in what month do we vote to elect a new president
November is the month for national elections in the US.
November and the president is inaugurated in January.
November. We vote on the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
We vote in November, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday.
The first Tuesday in the Month of November is the day U.S. Citizens go to the Polls to elect their President. In 2008 the date is November 4th. that Citizens of the U.S. vote.
US presidential elections are held in early November.
First Tuesday in November of election years.
The date for this is the first Tuesday after the first Monday of the month of November every 4 years.
No, the vote for president is called the popular vote and that does not count. When you cast your vote for president, you are actually voting for the electors to vote for the president.
November is the month you vote for presidency.
I am assuming your question is what month you vote for president. The answer is November. All of the votes currently going on are for the republican party to pick their candidate to oppose Barack Obama in the November election.
The public "votes for President" in November, but they are actually electing members to the electoral college in that election. The electoral college casts the votes for President (and Vice President) in December.