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What are the democratic and Republican national conventions?

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How many winning campaigns must presidential candidates?

2


The most important resource that most groups give congressional candidates is?

financial support. Campaigns can be expensive, and groups such as political action committees (PACs), special interest groups, and party committees often provide contributions to candidates to help fund their campaigns. This financial support enables candidates to run effective campaigns, advertise, and reach a wider audience, thus increasing their chances of winning elections.


Has a President ever won an election without carrying their home state?

No- winning presidential candidates have always carried their home states. In fact, losing candidates almost always carry their home states.


What is a key state?

A key state refers to a state in the United States that holds significant influence in determining the outcome of a presidential election due to its large number of electoral votes or a close margin between the two major political parties. These states are often targeted by candidates during campaigns as winning them can sway the overall election results.


Who are three presidential candidates in the last fifty years that have been elected President without winning the state of California?

George W. Bush, 2000 and 2004Jimmy Carter, 1976JFK, 1960Google Dave Leip's Atlas of Presidential Elections. It shows all past presidential election results.


What specific candidates have a difficult time winning electoral votes?

Third party candidates have a difficult time winning electoral votes


What is a spoiler in a presidential election?

The spoiler is a political candidate (sometimes of a third party) who has little to no chance of winning an election but can still decide the fate of an election by taking votes away from other candidates.


What do presidential candidates who finish second and third in the primaries get?

Officially, people who finish in second or third in the primaries don't win anything. However, these individuals are often picked to run with the winning candidate as vice-president.


What is a sentence using the word inauguration?

They will inaugurate the winning candidates on the first of January.


Who is the man most responsible for James K. Polk winning the presidency?

In all presidential campaigns there are hundreds of people who help the winning candidate succeed. Andrew Jackson was probably the most famous Polk supporter in 1844. Franklin Pierce helped him carry NH and was offered a position in Polk's cabinet.


What is the US called if the only candidates who have a reasonable chance of winning an election are either Republican or Democratic?

When the only candidates who have a reasonable chance of winning an election are one of two parties, this is generally referred to as a two party system. The US is an example of a two party system in which the only candidates who stand a reasonable chance of winning are Republican or Democratic.


Who was not a whig candiate for president in 1836?

In the US presidential election of 1836, Democrat Martin Van Buren defeated Whig William Henry Harrison. (The same two candidates ran against each again in 1840, with Harrison winning.)