Yes that is true, but the question was what happened if there was a tie under the 12th Amendment 25 to 25, and I think in those circumstances we would turn to the 20th Amendment.12th amendment.
Rep’s choose, and though Dems have the house in pure numbers, it’s actually 1 vote per state and in that scenario the GOP currently have more votes ( though I think the actual composition depends on the makeup after the election, not as it currently it).
Well, you have to be of age to vote. 18 or older. Then there's the people who are not registered to vote for whatever reason. And there's the people who just have voter apathy.
This is quite a straightforward explainer: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election-us-2016-37634526
Lots of people think they have no say in the main races because of the state they live in.
The US has to has one of the worst democratic systems on the planet. The electoral college, two party system, etc. Awful.Lots of people think they have no say in the main races because of the state they live in.
Swing states like FL have much higher turnouts. FL hits 70%.
Florida starts counting after 7pm, so we will a good sense of where things are heading in the 7-9pm hours as they release the vote totals in the state. Keep an eye on Pinellas County as its a bellwether area.
MI already started counting yesterday.
Nice. I'm on the west coast so will be watching from 1pm PST onwards.Florida starts counting after 7pm, so we will a good sense of where things are heading in the 7-9pm hours as they release the vote totals in the state. Keep an eye on Pinellas County as its a bellwether area.
Midnight UK is when you'll get the first official counting anywhere, but will be just the very first votes. Then things ramp rapidly from there... in a landslide I think that by 3am UK it would start to look the case, but if close you won't really know that much until maybe 5am UK. The only issue by tuning in that late is that you'll have quite a bit to catch up on.What time is it worth tuning into the live results in the UK then? Trying to plan my night's sleep accordingly