The Electoral Process

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  • Declaration of Intent
  • I, Anne Hathaway, am running for the President of the United States of America!
  • Primary
  • Anne Hathaway
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  • Vote Anne Hathaway!
  • Vote Random Person
  • National Convention
  • I accept being the Presidential Candidate!
  • This is where a candidate announces that they are running for President.
  • The Popular Vote
  • Vote Anne Hathaway
  • Vote Anne Hathaway
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  • Along with a Caucus, this is how you decide who is the nominee for President, for Republican and Democrat.
  • Electoral College
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  • This is where the announcement of the Presidential nominee is formally done. There is endorsements and speeches.
  • Inauguration Day
  • This is where the populous votes out of the Presidential Nominee, you DO NOT have to win this to be the President.
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  • Anne Hathaway
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  • You need 270 electoral college votes to win the election. You HAVE to win the Electoral College to be President.
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  • Inauguration Day is when the candidate becomes President. From the moment you are sworn in, the old President steps down and you are President.
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