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In this case, the US Senate elects the vice-president.


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The winning candidate has to have a simple majority of votes from the electoral college. In other words, the candidate will only need to win by ONE electoral vote to become the president. He must receive a simple majority of the 535 votes in the electoral college.

The President and Vice President of the United States are elected by the U.S. Electoral College.

the house of representatives vote on candidates if there is a tie in the electoral college.

270 votes from the electoral college are required to become president.

House elects the president if no candidate has over 50% of the electoral college votes.

Maine and Nebraska are the two states that do not apply the unit rule when they assign votes to a candidate in the Electoral College. A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to become president.

To choose a President, the margin in the electoral college must be 51 percent or 270. There are 538 votes in the electoral college.

The majority of the Electoral College votes

yes, if no candidate has a majority in the electoral college

No the next president is decided by the amount of electoral votes the candidate gets. They need to have so many electoral votes to win the elections.

there are 538 Electors in the electoral college and the candidate running for president needs 270 electoral vote to win

As of 2014, a candidate needs 270 out of 538 total electoral votes to win the election. A candidate must receive more than half the votes in the Electoral College in order to become president.

Electoral votes in the U.S. Electoral College determine the President of the United States.

False!!!!Per the US Constitution, the Electoral College actually is the body that elects the President. There have been some elections in the past where the popular vote was won by a candidate, but the Electoral College elected another candidate.

Answer this question… the House of Representatives chooses the president.

Electors are elected by popular vote but the president is elected by the electoral college. A president candidate can win the popular vote and still not win if he doesn't win the electoral college.

The executive branch is elected by the electoral college. The states send representatives to the electoral college. Whichever candidate had the most votes is the one that the candidate votes for.

No, it would be false to say that small states are proportionally underrepresented in the electoral college. To become president, a candidate needs 270 electoral votes.

the vice president was the runner up candidate who lost against the new president.

Not exactly- the electoral college is made up of electors whom the voters elect when they vote for president. The electors are sworn to vote for a certain candidate and voters vote for the elector who will vote they way they want. The names of the electors usually do not appear on the ballot.The electoral college votes after the national election is over,

Individuals who support the candidate that lost the Electoral College election generally are against the Electoral College system.

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