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The Election Process.
Transcript of The Election Process.
Each candidate must campaign throughout
the United States to win the favor of '
their party members.
ITS YOUR CHOICE!
By: Amelia Readeker
The United States Election Process.
Who Can Vote?
-Every four years
-On the second Tuesday in November
When Do We Vote?
Now, I know you all
have some questions..
Yes! If, you are 35 years of age,
a natural born citizen, and
have been a resident in the USA
for at least 14 years,.
WHO CAN RUN?
Any naturalized citizen,
who is eighteen year of age!
LET'S LEARN THE
Now that the
basics are out
of the way.
-People with similar
political ideas belong
to the same political parties.
Party members select the best candidate through a series of discussions and votes.
Party members vote for the best candidate that will represent them in the General election.
Each party holds a National Convention to select a final presidential Nominee.
At each convention the presidential candidate chooses a Vice President.
The president and his opponent travel throughout the country campaigning while spending lots of money on advertisements.
The president and his opponent will take place in three debates and the Vice president and opponent will take place in one.
People in every state across the united states vote for one president and one vice.
When People cast their vote, they are actually voting for a group of people known as electors.
Each elector casts one vote following the
general election and the candidate who gets
more than half of 538 (270) Wins!
The Electoral College:
The Electoral College:
Each state gets a certain number of electors based on its representation in congress
..and with that..
we will have a winner!
The newly elected president and Vice President are inaugurated in January.
Now your choice is...
Who do you vote for?
270 to win
NOW LET YOUR VOICE BE HEARD.