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Posted by Abby on Sunday, August 27, 2006 at 12:18am.

a) if no candidate for the president wins a simple majority of the toatal number of electoral votes, wat body has the power to choose the president?
b) What margin is required to choose the president
c)Where in teh Constitution is the Electoral College described?
d)The constitution specifies a 3/4 majority for just one process. What?

a)House of Representatives
b)2/3 vote from the states
c) I'm not sure where it is in the Constitution but I know there are two parts.
d)amendment process


a) if no candidate for the president wins a simple majority of the toatal number of electoral votes, wat body has the power to choose the president?
b) What margin is required to choose the president
c)Where in teh Constitution is the Electoral College described?
d)The constitution specifies a 3/4 majority for just one process. What?

Read Article II, Section 1. And don't forget to link to the Amendments (the blue underlined sections).
a)House of Representatives Read Article II, Section 1.
b)2/3 vote from the states
c) I'm not sure where it is in the Constitution but I know there are two parts.

d)amendment process
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