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What are the formal qualifications to be US President? – natural born citizen, 35 years or older,  14 years in residence of US What are some informal qualifications? – Political background, wealthy/access to money,  influenced by special interest groups, White, not gay, married, male, Christian, college degree,  military service, no major skeletons in the closet, major political party, healthy, charisma, mid  40’s + Originally, the Constitution set what as the number of terms a person could serve as President?  –  What was America’s first political party? Which of the current parties is the oldest? What system encourages presidential candidates to concentrate their campaigns on the largest  states? What is the minimum number of electoral votes needed to win the presidency? According to the Constitution, if no candidate receives a majority of the electoral votes, the  election is decided by who? Do all fifty states use the winner take all method? Before primaries and national nominating conventions, how were presidential candidates 
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