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Unformatted text preview: Important Things to know for PoliSci Final Written by Katelyn Fish Put the following stages of the 2008 presidential election process in chronological order A. The Electoral College meets across the country to formally cast votes for the Democratic ticket of Barack Obama and Joe Biden or the Republican ticket of John McCain B. Voters cast their ballots for President in the general election; Barack Obama Wins C. Barack Obama, the 44 th President of the United States is inaugurated D. Senators Barack Obama and John McCain hold their three presidential debates E. The Electoral College ballots are formally counted and the final results are announced by the President of the Senate before a joint congressional session held in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives F. The 2008 Democratic presidential nominee, Barack Obama, formally chosen at the Democratic National Convention G. George W. Bush, the 43 rd President of the United States, gives his farewell address to the country. F. The 2008 Democratic presidential nominee, Barack Obama, formally chosen at the Democratic National Convention D. Senators Barack Obama and John McCain hold their three presidential debates B. Joe Biden or the Republican ticket of John McCain Voters cast their ballots for President in the general election; Barack Obama Wins A. The Electoral College meets across the country to formally cast votes for the Democratic ticket of Barack Obama and Joe Biden or the Republican ticket of John McCain and Sarah Palin E. The Electoral College ballots are formally counted and the final results are announced by the President of the Senate before a joint congressional session held in the chamber of the U.S. House of Representatives G. George W. Bush, the 43 rd President of the United States, gives his farewell address to the country. C. Barack Obama, the 44 th President of the United States is inaugurated In the following slides, associate which qualifications relate to the House, Senate, Both, or Neither Office’s minimum residency requirement is 9 years SENATE Each elected term is 6 years SENATE Office is term-limited NEITHER Generally elected statewide SENATE Generally elected from single- member districts HOUSE Must be a natural-born citizen NEITHER Office’s minimum Age requirement is at least 30- years old SENATE Each elected term is 2 years HOUSE Modern method of election set by 17 th Amendment (1913) SENATE Modern method of filling vacancy set by the 25 th amendment (1967) NEITHER Must have been a citizen of the US for the past 7 years HOUSE Must be, at the time of the election, an inhabitant of the state they seek to represent. BOTH Must be at least twenty-five years old HOUSE What congressional consent/action is needed for the following Presidential nominations/actions? Cabinet Secretaries, Ambassadors, and Supreme Court Justices? Majority Vote in Senate Vice-Presidential Vacancy...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course POLI 1101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '06 term at UGA.

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