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How are presidential electors appointed or chosen?

Most states provide by law that candidates for the office of presidential elector shall be nominated by the recognized political parties at their state level conventions. A few states authorize the state party committees to make the choice, while other leave the process to the discretion of the parties; under this system, party organizations generally choose to nominate their elector candidates by convention, or through the state party committee. Several states provide unique mechanisms for selection of elector candidates. Pennsylvania, for instance, provides that the party presidential candidate may choose the presidential elector candidates for his or her party. In California, Republicans choose recent nominees for state and federal office to serve as elector candidates, while in the Democratic Party, candidates for the office of US Representative, and the two most recent candidates for US Senate, each choose one candidate for the office of presidential elector.


Under the original constitution the states were to choose presidential electors?

however they wished. i got it right on my quiz. :]


Why is the closed primary harmful to minor parties?

b. minor party voters can choose which primary to vote in


Voters choose among candidates of several parties is called?

free elections


A method that allows party members to choose candidates for office is the?

Political parties choose candidates by means of a primary election. If your cheating on history home work the answer is "direct primary".

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In what elections the political parties choose their presidential nominees?

National convention (A+)


What is the process of nominating the president of the United States?

"Both major political parties in the United States select their presidential candidates through a process of primary elections. However, voters do not directly select presidential nominees in these primaries. Instead, they choose delegates from their respective states who will attend a national party convention to nominate a presidential candidate for their party." from thisnation.com


How does Britain choose its leader?

Political parties choose their leader by democratic means.


How did the Whig Party choose its presidential nominees?

by vote


The larger parties that have these elections to choose their candidates?

primary


Who did the democrats choose for their presidential candidate in 1976?

Jimmy Carter.


Who is reprensented in the electoral college?

The Electors in the electoral college represent the people who elected them. The political parties in each state choose slates of potential Electors sometime before the general election. The electoral college Electors in most states are selected by state party conventions or by the state party's central committee. In a few states the Electors are selected by primary election or by the party's presidential nominee. Political parties often choose Electors that are state elected officials, state party leaders, or people in the state who have a personal or political affiliation with their party's Presidential candidate. On Election Day, the voters in each state select their state's Electors by casting their ballots for President. In most states, the names of individual Electors do not appear anywhere on the ballot; instead only those of the various candidates for President and Vice President appear, usually prefaced by the words "Electors for." The Electors are expected to vote for the presidential and vice-presidential candidates of the party that nominated them.


When did the political parties choose their symbols?

they chose their symbols at 2000


Who selects the Arizona electoral college?

The political parties in each state choose slates of potential Electors sometime before the general election. On Election Day, the voters in each state select their state's Electors by casting their ballots for President. The electoral college Electors in most states are selected by state party conventions or by the state party's central committee. In a few states the Electors are selected by primary election or by the party's presidential nominee. Political parties often choose Electors that are state elected officials, state party leaders, or people in the state who have a personal or political affiliation with their party's Presidential candidate. Democratic and Republican electors in Arizona in 2016 were chosen by the chairmen of state political parties.


What is the purpose of the presidential primary?

A presidential primary is an election in which voters (1) choose State party organization's delegates to their party's national convention, and/or (2) express a preference for their party's presidential nomination. Sometimes only party members are allowed to vote; other primaries are open to all. to choose delegates for the national convention (gradpoint)


How do Muslims in Sudan choose their wives?

The dads usually choose them for the sons... but if they are old they usually choose them selves.. and they usually have allot of wifes


How are presidential electors appointed or chosen?

Most states provide by law that candidates for the office of presidential elector shall be nominated by the recognized political parties at their state level conventions. A few states authorize the state party committees to make the choice, while other leave the process to the discretion of the parties; under this system, party organizations generally choose to nominate their elector candidates by convention, or through the state party committee. Several states provide unique mechanisms for selection of elector candidates. Pennsylvania, for instance, provides that the party presidential candidate may choose the presidential elector candidates for his or her party. In California, Republicans choose recent nominees for state and federal office to serve as elector candidates, while in the Democratic Party, candidates for the office of US Representative, and the two most recent candidates for US Senate, each choose one candidate for the office of presidential elector.