Who Elects The President Of The United States?


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Alishan Samdani answered
The President of the United States is determined in the presidential elections, which are indirect elections. The President is voted by the electors of the electoral college. For more information visit Presidential Elections.
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Harry Hayfield answered
The President is elected by means of an electoral college which is made up of political appointees nominated by every party contesting the Presidential Election.

When you cast your ballot for President, what you are in fact saying is "Yes, I agree that if the candidate I am voting for gets the most votes in this state, then the delegates nominated by that candidate are entitled to travel to Washington to formally vote for the candidate I have voted for"

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