Electing the U.S. President

Every four years citizens of the U.S. vote for President. It seems simple, but actually way more complicated. Let us explain!

When it comes to electing the President of the United States, it gets a little complicated. We found this video to help explain the process. This video discusses the basic ideas behind the U.S. electoral process. It follows the chronological steps from voting to election day, focusing on each state’s role, including:

  • Comparisons of popular vote vs. state votes
  • Impact of state population on the number of electors
  • How electors are counted
  • What is required for a president to be elected

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3 comments

  1. I love this video, it answered the question i had so long, how the election work. thanks 🙂

  2. this was the best and simplest explanation that I’ve ever received about the complicated way the election works in the US!!! Thank you so much ISV!! I just LOVED this video! 🙂

  3. This video does a really good job explaining the election process. Thanks for sharing :)!

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