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Today, we elect governors and can remove them by voting them out of office. But who elects governors then?

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  1. If we impeach a governor, usually the lieutenant governor takes over as governor.

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    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. but who CHOOSES the governor then?

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    posted by Lily
  3. In effect, the people have already chosen when they elected him/her to the lieutenant governor position.

    http://ncleg.net/EnactedLegislation/Statutes/pdf/BySection/Chapter_147/GS_147-11.1.pdf

    Some states may deal with this differently, but most are set up like this.

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    posted by Writeacher
  4. Thank you so very much!!!!!
    This answer has really helped me with my homework. I really like this website, I feel that it really helps students in need! Thank you for your support!

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  5. You're very welcome, from both Ms. Sue and me.

    =)

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