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How the President of the United States is Elected
The President of the United States is elected using a process called the Electoral College. Every four years, the American people cast their votes for president and vice president. This process is outlined in the United States Constitution.
The Electoral College
The Electoral College is made up of 538 electors. These electors are allocated to each state based on the population of the state. Each state is guaranteed at least three electors. The District of Columbia also has three electors. These electors are chosen by the political parties in each state.
When a person casts their vote for president, they are actually voting for their state’s electors. When the votes are tallied, the winner of the vote in that state receives all of that state’s electoral votes.
Electoral College Votes
The total number of electoral votes is 538. The number of electors a state has is equal to the number of members of Congress that it has. Therefore, the total number of electors is the sum of the House of Representatives and the Senate.
A candidate must receive a majority (at least 270) of the electoral votes to be elected President. If no candidate receives a majority, the House of Representatives chooses the President.
How the Electoral College Works
The Electoral College meets on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December. The electors cast their votes for President and Vice President. The votes are then sent to the President of the Senate, who reads them before a joint session of Congress.
The candidate who receives a majority of the electoral votes is declared the winner of the election and is then sworn in as President of the United States.
- National Archives and Records Administration: About the Electoral College
- United States Senate: The Electoral College
- USA.gov: How the President Is Elected
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FAQ: How Can U.S. Citizens Travel to Canada?
Q: What do U.S. citizens need in order to travel to Canada?
A: U.S. citizens require a valid passport, or other accepted travel documents, to enter Canada. If travelling by air, a valid passport is required. If travelling by land or sea (including a ferry), U.S. citizens can use an enhanced driver’s license, a NEXUS card, a FAST card, or an enhanced tribal card.
Q: Are there any other requirements for U.S. citizens who wish to travel to Canada?
A: Yes. All travellers must meet the basic requirements to enter Canada, including having a valid travel document, such as a passport, having enough money for their stay, and being able to convince an immigration officer that they will leave Canada at the end of their visit. In addition, some travellers may need a visa or an Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA). For more information, please visit the Government of Canada’s website.