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Gerald Ford was the only President who not elected to either president or vice-president. He was appointed vice-president after the elected Vice-President Agnew resigned and became president after Nixon resigned as President. Presidents John Tyler, Millard Fillmore,Andrew Johnson and Chester Alan Arthur was all elected vice-president but never were elected President.

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The electoral college which is directly elected by voters elects the president.


INdirectly by the voters; directly by the Electoral College.


The Electoral College is a mechanism that elects the President and Vice President of United States. These offices are not directly elected by the voters of the U.S.


The members of the electoral college who are from Texas are elected by the registered voters of Texas, just as every other member of the electoral college is elected by the registered voters of his/her state. The public has never elected a U. S. President. When you think you are voting for president, you are actually voting for the people who will elect the president.


The role of the electoral college is to make the formal selection of the nation's president. In the US, The President and Vice President are actually not elected directly by the voters.


The electors from each state actually elect the president. The voters elect the electors.The Electoral College


The electoral college. The electoral college was created at the founding of the USA. It was the electoral college, not the voters, who elected Benjamin Harrison and George W. Bush (2000) president of the United States of America.


The president of the United States is not elected by direct popular vote, but rather by the electoral college. A mere 538 people, chosen by voters in all the states are the ones who actually elect the president. The candidate with the majority of electoral votes wins the presidency.


The citizens are the voters for the electoral college.


The electoral college, made up of elected politicians, makes the official decision on who the president will be. Putting this power with the elected officials means that the so-called "uninformed voters" would not be wholly in control of the presidential decision.



Yes the president is elected by the voters of the U.S. Actually... no, the president is not elected by voters. The President is Elected by the Electoral Votes from each state... the voters don't really have a say. Our Jeffersonian democracy is designed to protect the rights of slaveowning landholders. The Electoral college still exists today. There is no democracy in America. Note: Even when a president is elected, the President and VP have no real power. Since the Reagan administration, the National Security Council has veto power over our president and his VP. These nonelected economic appointees are the real power in America. They select and enforce our domestic and foreign agendas. Just the facts: http://www.TheWordsmithCollection.org


we don't,the Electoral College does



A candidate has to win 270 or more electoral votes.


The Electoral College makes the decision to elect the Vice President and President of the U.S. The voters do not actually make this decision.


Yes. If you consider the "majority of voters" to be a majority of voters nationwide without regard to the state they are from, then it is possible for a person to be elected president if he/she wins enough electoral even if nationwide the majority of voters chose the other candidate. This is because electoral votes are counted state by state not on a percentage basis of the national voters (except for Maine and Nebraska).


November is when the people vote and the electors are elected.


Our representatives and the electoral college, and they do not have to listen to the majority of the voters.


Technically, it's an indirect democracy, or a republic. The voters elect representatives to then make their decisions for them.


Yes, because the voters don't choose the President and Vice President; they choose the electors who choose the President and Vice President. A person can be elected President without a majority of electoral votes, too. It happened in 1824. If no candidate has an absolute majority (more than half) of all of the electoral votes, the House of Representatives elects the President, and they are not required to vote according to the will of the voters or the electoral college. Since 1964, that required minimum number of votes is 270.


Not exactly- the electoral college is made up of electors whom the voters elect when they vote for president. The electors are sworn to vote for a certain candidate and voters vote for the elector who will vote they way they want. The names of the electors usually do not appear on the ballot.The electoral college votes after the national election is over,



The majority of votes in the general election does not matter. Rather, it is the vote of the electoral college (elected by voters) which decides who becomes president.


Candidates for president and vice-president run as a team- they are elected as a team by the voters through an indirect process spelled out in the US Constitution. A body known as the electoral college officially elects the president and vice-president but the voters choose the electors based on the candidates they promise to vote for.



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