congress can declare war
delegates from each state select political parties'nominees for president
i don't know how many they have but i know in order to select their runner for president this year McCain needed 1,191 delegates' votes. sorry! I'm trying to figure out how many there are as well!
To select delegates to the county convention, which in turn selects delegates to the state convention.
No, in a democracy the president doesn't normally select the next president.
An election in which delegates select and nominate candidates is called a caucus.
the electoral college works like this the convention delegates settled on a system in which each state legislature would choose a number of electors. The electoral college would select the president and vice president.
Select: Choose, pick, decide on Special: unique, extraordinary, individual
Caucauses and Elections
Major political parties select their national convention delegates in a number of ways. Some delegates are elected through the ballot box. Other delegates are appointed by the political party as a reward.
No, however the electoral college has the honor to select the president and the vice president
Yes. If no candidate gets a majority of the electoral vote, the election is thrown to the House to elect the president by following a special procedure for voting as outlined in the Constitution.
Non-binding primaries is when states can select candidates to a specific state convention and then select delegates for the national convention. Binding primaries is when all of the delegates must vote for a candidate at the national convention.
Delegates are chosen by primary elections in which anybody can vote, as well as by party caucuses, that is by election by party leaders.
Congress does not select the president, the Electoral College actually elects him.
to select the president and vice president
the president is selected bycthe majority party
presidential primary elections and caucuses
allow party members to express their nominee preferences
Delegates from all the states meet and elect a candidate for president and then for vice president, Nowadays so many of the delegates are committed to a particular candidate by primary elections that one candidate can have the nomination "sewed up" before the convention occurs and lately it has been the custom to let the presidential nominee pick his running mate. This did not used to be the case.
In the U.S. the Electoral College process is used to select the President and Vice president. This is an indirect form of election in which the people elect electors who then form the Electoral College and officially elect the president.