constitution


Article 2

What Are The Procedures When Majority is Not Met

The electoral college system of America requires a candidate to obtain an absolute majority in order to become elected to the presidency. To have an absolute majority means that the
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What Does It Mean To Reach Proper Majority

The electoral college is a system based upon majority, as opposed to plurality. The key difference is simply that a majority-based system will only provide for election success to the
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What You Need to Know About The Election of President and Vice President

The election of the President and the Vice President is established in Article 2 of the Constitution. The procedure is further honed by a number of Federal and State laws
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Second Article of the Constitution

The Second Article of the Constitution sets out the definition and terms of the Executive Branch of Government for the United States of America. The executive branch of any governmental
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Election of 1888

The election of 1888, only 12 years after the scandal of the election of 1876 with Rutherford B. Hayes, was
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Election of 2000

The election of 2000 between George W. Bush and Al Gore remains one of the most recent examples of a
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Election of 1876

The election of 1876 was between Rutherford Hayes, a Republican from Ohio, and Samuel J. Tilden, a Democrat from New York. The election was the very first to have involved
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