Asked in US Vice Presidents
US Vice Presidents
Who selects the Vice President when the Vice President become President?
Does The electoral college selects the vice president?
No, the president selects the vice president. The vice president has to be on the same party as the president natural born citizen, resident of the U.S. for 14 years and 35 years old. ...
Asked in US Presidents, US Constitution
Can a person run independently for the office of Vice President of the US not part of a complete presidential ticket?
No, in the United States system the president selects his vice president. The Vice President is not determined seperately by vote. ...
Asked in US Presidents
Which part of congress selects vice president when no candidate received sufficient electoral votes?
The Senate selects the vice-president if the presidential election is decided by the House. (I trust they would select the running mate of the new president, but who knows what they might do-- this has never happened.) ...
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Who is responsible for selecting a vice president during case of ties?
The US Senate selects the vice-president if no candidate receives a majority of the electoral vote. ...
Asked in Politics and Government
Who does the president have the power to nominate?
The president nominates supreme court justices. (also "technically" the president selects the vice president "after" he is elected, so the president "sort-of" nominates the vice president too.) . Hope that helps. ...
Who was the first us vice president not to become president?
The first Vice President not to become president would be Aaron Burr. Aaron Burr was Thomas Jefferson's Vice President. ...
Who elects the Vice-President?
The President and the VIce-President run together, as a team, on the same ballot and are elected by the citizens in an election. If you actually meant to ask who SELECTS the Vice President, then that would be done in the convention of the political party to which the Presidential candidate belongs. ...
Asked in Law & Legal Issues
In the event of the death of the United States President who then becomes the Vice President?
Upon the death of a US President, the current Vice President is immediately sworn in as the US President. For example, when President Kennedy died in 1963, Vice President Johnson was sworn in as President aboard Air Force 1, the Presidential plane. This took place before it left Dallas, Texas, to take President Kennedy's body back to Washington, DC. Then, the President, in this case President Johnson, selects a person to be the next Vice President. That person is then confirmed by...
Who elects the vice president of the United States?
Vice presidents are usually elected jointly as a running mate to the president. The electoral college elects the President and the President chooses the Vice President. a Presidential candidate selects "their" own V.P, but is nominated and elected by party convention ...
What amendment states that the vice president will become president if president dies?
Article II of the original Constitution says that the vice-president will become president if the president dies. ...
What is the citizenship requirement for a person to become the vice president?
The same as President, because the Vice-President may become President upon the death or incapacity of the President… ...