If the votes show a tie, the House of Representatives vote Step 8 If there is a tie in the house of reps, then the senate chooses president and Vice President
C HAPTER T HIRTEEN – T HE P RESIDENCY Section Four: Presidential Nominations(p 368-375)Since 1832, our major political parties have relied on Conventions to nominate presidential candidates. (p 368)With little law on the matter, our convention system has been built almost entirely by the two major parties. (p 368)The out-of-power partytraditionally holds its convention first, usually in July. (p 368)Delegates to the national convention are overwhelmingly chosen through electoral votes. (p 369)The presidential primary is either or both of two things: an election in which a parties votes choose state party organizations delegates to their party's national conventionor express preferences among contenders for their party's presidential nomination.(p 370)The nation’s first presidential primary is traditionally held in New Hampshire, but other states compete for early attention because of the influence it brings. (p 370)What are two proposals to reform our current presidential primary system? (p 372) 2. Another proposal is the regional primary plan, in which a series of primaries would be held at two- or three-week intervals across the country.Which system do you prefer?
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- Summer '16
- Mrs. Welty
- President of the United States, Vice President of the United States