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Presidential candidates are formally nominated at a .?

national convention

How did the increasing power of political parties affect the candidates in the presidential election of 180?

each party nominated presidential and vice-presidential candidates

Where are presidential candidates officially nominated?

A candidate that is running for President receives their nomination at their party's convention. This is a meeting that is held to announce the results of an election.

What parties nominated presidential candidates in 1860?

The parties that nominated were Republicans and Northern Democrats.

The Democratic and Republican candidates for president are formally nominated by the?

The national conventions of these two parties make the formal nominations.

After candidates are nominated how many mouths does a presidential election campaign?

it lasts a little over 2 months.

How is the Republican presidential candidate chosen?

Several states hold primary elections to choose the presidential candidates. The final choice or confirmation will be made at the national Republican Convention which will be held in Tampa Bay, Florida in 2012.

Democratic presidential primary candidates are most likely to be nominated by their respective parties if they have which political philosophy?

its the best ray romano

How many parties the were in presidential election 2008?

Five parties nominated candidates for the 2008 U.S. Presidential election, the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, the Libertarian Party, the Green Party and the Constitution Party. In addition to their candidates, Ralph Nader ran as an Independent.

How is a republican president nominated?

We go from Primaries in each state, to delegates that represent those candidates chosen, to the convention and then finally the delegates from those states must officially nominate the candidate, if the delegates agree an indivudal can be nominated by acclamation. From there the individual nominated must formally accept the nomination.

Who were the two main candidates in the presidential election of 2000?

In 2000, the Republican Party Presidential Nominee was Texas Governor George W. Bush, and the Democratic Party Presidential Nominee was U.S. Vice President Al Gore.

Who ran for president in1876.what were their political party?

In the Presidential Election of 1876, the Democrats nominated Samuel J. Tilden of New York, the Republicans nominated Rutherford B. Hayes of Ohio, and the National Greenback Party nominated Peter Cooper of New York.