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No, unless there is some technicality I am not aware of

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If a President is voted out of office, he or she remains in office until the inauguration of the new President, on January 20th after the election.

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Q: Does the US Constitution let a President stay in office if he has been voted out of office?
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Who was president when the constitution was ratified?

There was none. The country was just declaring itself as an entity separate from England and was establishing the very process that would eventually result in the election of the first president, George Washington.


What is a political party when you are elected president?

A democratic party, as you have been voted to power by fair means.


Who can run for president in the Republican Party?

The US Constitution places these qualifications on a candidate for President: 1. Must be at least 35 years of age. 2. Must be a natural born US Citizen. Actually, the Constitution does NOT place any restrictions on who may RUN for President. The Constitution does, however, place restrictions on who may SERVE as President. A person who is 33 years old, for example, could run for President and be elected President. That person, however, could not actually serve as President until their 35th Birthday. The Vice-President (assuming the Vice-President qualifies as President) would serve then served as ACTING PRESIDENT until the President-Elect attains the age of 35 years. This is covered in the 20th Amendment. The Constitution also restricts from SERVING as President: 1. Anyone who has previously been elected to the Office of President twice 2. Anyone who has previously been elected to the Office of President once AND served more than half of the term for which someone else was elected. An example of this would be a Vice-President taking over for a President who has died or otherwise been removed from office.


In 1951 the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was ratified. This amendment states that a president can only be elected to serve two terms. This amendment had been ratified in response to?

The number of years FDR was president. He served 3 terms and died in office.


What is the oath that the president says?

It means that he has taken the "Oath of Office", binding him to the duties and standards of the presidency. The oath includes the phrase, "I do solemnly swear" -- "sworn is the past-tense of swear" so after he takes the oath, he has sworn to do his duty and so has been sworn in to office.

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How many times has a sitting president been voted out of office?

Type your answer here... 7


What does president elected mean and how is it different from president?

The president elect is someone who has been elected president but who has not yet been sworn in, or officially taken office. It is still occupied by the current outgoing president. The President still has the job of being president until the president-elect has been sworn in.


Are there rats in Wisconsin?

Yes, but many of them have been voted out of office.


Which of the following federal offices has a constitution mandated term limit?

The office of president is the only federal office that has term limits. The vice-president must be qualified to be President, so a person who has already been elected president for two terms could not serve as vice-president.


For how many years has Barack Obama been president?

In 2013 this is his 5th year of office. The US constitution will only allow him to do 8.


If you are president how many times can you run?

If you are currently in office as the US President, and your term is or has been more than two years, you can run for one more term. The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution, establishes a two term limit for the office of the US President.


Where do you find the qualifications for vice president?

Article II, Clause IV states: "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President, neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five Years and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States." When the Constitution was written, the President and Vice President were elected together; a person voted for both offices on one ticket. Since the Presidential candidate had to be thirty-five, it's reasonable to assume the age requirement was the same for Vice President.


If you had been a member of the Senate would you have voted for or against convicting President Johnson?

I would have voted against President Johnson because he did something wrong and he should pay for it.


How many president were not voted into office?

Nine Vice Presidents has ascended to the Presidency upon the death or resignation of the President. Eight of the nine were voted into the Vice Presidency (one was appointed), and four of the eight later won a Presidential election (so there have been five U.S. Presidents who never won a Presidential election).


What is the qualification for the office of the president?

The Qualifications for the Office of President of the United States are stated in the United States Constitution, Article II, Section 1, wherein, "No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States." On February 27, 1951, the 22nd Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified, specifying term limit restrictions on the office of the President, wherein "No person shall be elected to the office of the President more than twice, and no person who has held the office of President, or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President shall be elected to the office of the President more than once."


What two presidents added fifth and sixth consumer bill of rights?

The Bill of Rights was written as part of the US Constitution during the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The US Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787. The office of President would have been created as part of the US Constitution, so the President in office when the Bill of Rights went into effect was President George Washington.


Who shortened the president's three term in office to two terms?

Trick question. First, there never has been a three term limit on the office of US President. Second, the two term limit was Amended to the Constitution during Franklin Roosevelt's administration.