Congress elects the leader.
We the people elect the members of congress.
PEopLe of the world does
The National Peoples' Congress
There is no 'congress' in Ohio, their legislative body is known as the legislature and they are elected by the citizens who vote.
The people of the state vote for the senate members.
Their constituants. (the people in the state they are from that vote for them)
The electorate aka the people.AnswerThe people elect all the members of congress. It was not this way in the original constitution.== == == == == ==
The American people vote for it every 6 years
No, the people and the electoral college system elects the president.
none The voting public of each US congressional district elects one US Representative, and the voting public of each US state elects two US Senators.
Congress does not select the president, the Electoral College actually elects him.
Members are appointed by the Legislative Branch but are checked by Congress
Each State elects two senators.
The Senate, each state elects two to represent them.
The Senate elects two members from every state no matter the population. The House of Representatives elects members based on population.
Montana elects one US Representative At Large for the congress.
Each state elects 2 senators.
A politburo is the executive branch of a communist political party. A central committee, elected by Congress, elects the politburo. The first politburo was created by the by the Russian Bolshevik Party in 1917.
Whoever the president elects and Congress approves.
isn't the judical branch that's elects a reprensentative to state Each state is divided into several Districts. Each District elects representatives to the House of Representatives in Congress. Senators are elected by the State as a whole, two per state. Each state has a number of representatives based upon its population. More populous states have more representatives in the House.
Every state elects two senators to represent them in the senate. The number of representatives that they send to the House depends on the state's population, but every state elects at least one.
The Congress would decide who the Vice-president would be.
The electoral college that elects the president also elects the vice president. In the event that a new vice president is appointed because of a vacancy, both houses of Congress have to confirm the president's appointee.
Congress is made up of the Senate and the House of Representatives, whose members are elected by the citizens of the state they are running for office in, so they are elected by the people of their state.