e-Pedia: United States Presidential Election: The election of the President and Vice President of america is an oblique vote wherein residents … ballots for a slate of members of the U.S
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The election of the President and Vice President of america is an oblique vote wherein residents solid ballots for a set of members of the U.S. Electoral Faculty. These electors then solid direct votes for the President and Vice President. If each votes lead to an absolute majority, the election is over. If a majority of electors don’t vote for President, the Home of Representatives chooses the President; if a majority of electors don’t vote for Vice President, the Senate votes. Presidential elections happen quadrennially on Election Day, which since 1845 has been the Tuesday after the primary Monday in November, coinciding with the final elections of assorted different federal, state, and native races. The 2016 U.S. presidential election is scheduled for November 8.
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