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Lecture 10_1 - win General Election III Who chooses the...

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Presidential Elections Presidential Elections 10/1 Lecture Outline Pick up Handout Exam #2 Overview General Election
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Exam #2 45 multiple choice questions + one bonus Breakdown of questions Review session: 4:30-6:30, Oct. 4 th , UNIV 317 Bring Student ID Academic Honesty
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Primary v. General Elections Overview Primary Elections : within party contests Republican v. Republican Democrat v. Democrat General Election : between party contest Republican v. Democrat
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General Election, I National Conventions
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General Election, II Electoral College How many electors ? How many electors needed to
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Unformatted text preview: win? General Election, III Who chooses the electors? How does a candidate win electoral votes? Electoral vote v. Popular vote General Election, IV Then what happens? Meet in state capitals “Faithless electors” Vice President Joint Session General Election, V What if no candidate wins a majority? Contingent Election General Election, VI How could that happen? Third parties Excluded electoral votes General Election, VII California: Proportional allocation?? Any questions?...
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