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Who are the group of people that cast official votes to elect the president called?

This group is called the electoral college; its members are called electors and the votes it casts are called electoral votes.


How are the electoral votes in a astate distributed once the people cast their popular vote?

In Nebraska and Maine, whoever gets the most popular votes in each congressional district gets one vote. The other two votes per state go to whoever gets the most popular votes in the whole state. In each of the other 48 states and in D.C., whoever gets the most popular votes gets 100% of the electoral votes.


What are some flaws of the Proportional Plan?

The Proportional Plan of electoral votes prevents a single candidate from receiving a states victory. The votes are distributed according to the percentage. This flaw is eliminated with a winner take all states.


What are college votes?

* Electoral College votes are the votes of the Electors in each state. when we vote, it's called the Popular Vote. You can find the amount of electors your state has by this: Each state has 2 senators+ the number of representatives your state has= the amount of state electors you have. The electors cast the final votes for the election.


How many vote does it take to be president?

It depends on how many votes the other candidate is getting. If you were a candidate running for president, and if your opponent had 74 votes, you'd have to get more than that to win the election. If he got 98, you have to get more than 98 to win.

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When a preposition gets more votes than any other single preposition it is called what?

Mojority


What percentage of votes would it take to pass Proposition 30?

2/3rds required


How many votes were cast against California's Proposition 8?

6,401,482 Californians voted against Proposition 8 (47.76%) in November 2008. A vote against Proposition 8 was a vote in favor of same-sex marriage.


What was the tally of votes on Proposition 8 for and against same-sex marriage?

The results were 7,001,084 "yes" votes (i.e. to ban gay marriage); 6,401,482 "no" votes (i.e. to keep gay marriage).


What is the largest single share of votes?

plurality


What is the largest single share of votes in an election?

Plurality


What is it called when votes of individual voters?

The individual vote is called a ballot. When a person votes it is called casting a ballot.


What is it called when a candidate wins more votes than others?

Winning a majority of the votes means winning more than 50% of the total votes cast. Winning a plurality of the votes means less than 50 percent but more than any other candidate.


What is the greatest number of votes cast for a single office?

Plurality


What are the greatest number of votes cast for a single office?

Plurality


The greatest number of votes cast for a single office?

plurality !!


What do you call the greatest number of votes cast for a single office?

plurality