No. The way our voting is set up, a vote for a republican president isautomatically a vote for the republican vice-president. To think of it in another way, we don't even vote for vice-president. We only vote for president and that candidate's choice for vice-president automatically becomes vice-president if that candidate wins the presidential election.
there really is no election for vice president. if you vote for a president, you vote for the vice president that is running with him or her.
no- You vote for a president/vice-president team. You can not split them up.
The Vice President may only vote to break a tie.
We the ppl.We vote on who should be president of the U.S. And as for the vice presidents I think the president that we vote on decides who would be the vice president.
no. the vice president is chosen by the presedential nominee, whom you vote for.
The Vice President of the US is also the President of the Senate. He does not normally vote, but can break a tie vote.
The Vice President serves the people and the President. When necessary he may vote in the Senate to break a tie vote.
Yes, he can and does.
The vice-president presides of the US Senate and is allowed to vote if there is a tie vote there. He is also a citizen and can vote in his home town or by absentee ballot .
That is the Vice President of the US. They only vote when there is a tie vote.
the vote of the vice president will break a tie
The vice President- Should be the president of the senate, but there should be no vote, unless the vote should be divided equally between both the senate and the vice president.
The Constitution states that the vice-president shall serve as president of the US Senate. The vice-president has no vote in Senate matters unless there is a tie vote, in which case, the vice-president casts the deciding vote. See Article I, Section 3, Clause 4 of the US Constitution.
The Vice President is the President of the Senate, although he is allowed to vote only in the case of a tie vote.
The Vice-President, who is President of the Senate, can vote to break a tie vote.
The electorate at that time could vote for both the president and vice president separately, and the vote did not distinguish whether it was for president or vice president. Both Jefferson and Burr got a majority of votes, so the house had to vote to decide who was president and who was vice president.
The VP is the president of the US Senate. He can vote only if there is a tie vote.
if the president dies the vice president will take his place if the vice president dies they will vote again
The president of the Senate, who is also the vice president of the United states, can vote only in the case of a tie vote.
If you’re referring to voting during an election, the Vice President of the United States can vote whenever anybody else can. They can vote early or they vote on Election Day. If you’re referring to voting in Congress, the Vice President can only vote when a tie has occurred in the Senate, and their vote is needed to break the tie.
The vice-president chairs the US and as such can vote if there is a tie vote-- otherwise he is not allowed to vote. There actually have some occasions when the VP's vote decided fairly important legislation.
The only duty the Vice President has in the Senate is to be the "Tiebreaker" of the vote.
Vote (child's name) for vice-president