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The American Presidential Election
Transcript of The American Presidential Election
Be at least 18 or 17 depending in which states he lives in.
Be an American citizen.
Register himself. American voters go to polls and vote for their favorite candidate putting a ballot into a ballot box. These votes are called "the popular votes" At last but not least, it's up to the Electoral College vote to decide who will win the Elections. Electors of each states will vote for their candidates on December,17th. These votes really do matter. The number of electors of a state depends on the number of districts. 1 District = 1 Elector. The more there are districts the more there are electors. 2 senators are added to electors.Of course, Electors are supposed to vote with the people from their states. A candidate must get the majority of 270 Electoral votes to win the elections. Eventually, the new President is announced to the American citizens.He is elected for a 4- year terms, he can only serves 2 consecutive terms.On Inauguration Day which is on January, he takes office at the Oval Office in the White House. He has to say the Pledge of Allegiance. There is also a parade and balls for the new President to attend. So who will have the honor to say these sentences ? ;) VS Hope you enjoyed ;) That was a slideshow presentation made by Jessica and Marie. The Oval Office A humorous poster dealing with the USA Primaries. A donkey is the Democratic Party's symbol,an elephant is the Republican's party symbol.