how is the speaker of the house chosen
The speaker of the house gets chosen by a vote of the members of the house. The constitution does NOT require that the speaker be an elected member of congress.
The President does not choose the Speaker.
He is elected.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is chosen the House of Represenatives. The White House Press Secretary, sometimes referred to as the White House Spokesperson, is chosen by the President of the United States.
The current Speaker of the House is Paul Ryan and expected to keep his office for the next term. The Speaker of the House for the US House of Representatives is chosen by its members. A new Speaker of the House is chosen from each party's nominees on the first day of every new Congress.
The members of the house choose the Speaker.
Constitution states .. The House of Representatives shall choose their Speaker
The presiding officer in the Missouri House of Representatives is the speaker. The speaker is chosen by the members of the house o representatives.
Speaker of the House of Representatives. They are normally a senior member of the majority party in the House, and are chosen by their party for the position.
The party with the majority of members in the House since the members of the house chooses the Speaker by a vote. In theory a Speaker could be chosen from the minority party but it has never happened.
A majority vote of the majority party in Congress.
The Speaker of the House is chosen from the party that holds the majority of elected members in the House. The speaker is the presiding officer of the House of Representatives.
The house of Congress that is presided over by the Speaker is the House of Representatives. This person is chosen by the other members of the House of Representatives from the majority party.
haha. not really.
He/She is chosen by election among the Representatives belonging to the majority party.
The leader of the US House of Representatives is called the Speaker of the House. As of January 2011, the Speaker is Republican John Boehner of Ohio. The Speaker is elected by the members of the House and historically will be chosen from the majority party in the House. The equivalent position for the opposition party is the Minority Leader.
No, he is not. The Speaker of the House is not from the Executive Branch. Rather, the speaker comes from the Legislative branch in congress, and is chosen by the majority party. When Democrats were in the majority in 2008, the speaker was Nancy Pelosi. In 2010, the Republicans won control of the House and their speaker is John Boehner (pronounced BAY-ner).
Yes, a Speaker is an elected Congressman (or Congresswoman) who is then chosen by the House majority party. There are several cases where the sitting Speaker failed to be re-elected in their home district, and could not remain Speaker once their term expired.
They are chosen by the members of the elected body.
The Speaker of the House is chosen from the majority party in the House. As a member of congress he must be re-elected every two years just like every other member of congress.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives is chosen on the first day of every new two-year term. The candidate must win a majority of the votes cast.
The Speaker of The House of Representatives, elected from among the Representatives themselves, leads the House side of Congress. The Speaker of The Senate, also chosen by his colleagues, leads the Senate side.
The last sentence in Article 1, Section 2. "The House of Representatives shall chuse [sic] their Speaker and other Officers; and shall have the sole Power of Impeachment."
The leader of the House is called the Speaker of the House and is elected by its members. Not too surprisingly a member of the majority party always wins.