Their choice of vice-president would take office as the new president if the president-elect should die.
The Elect Lady and her children are taken as meaning the Church and its members.
You don't, if you were predestined to be in the elect you will be saved, if not you won't. You get no choice in the matter.
They did not know what Hitler was planning and they didnt really have a choice because of how powerful he was. Hitler was also a very good public speaker so some people were persuaded to elect him.
The primary elections did begin so that the people would democratically elect their leader of choice.
US Citizens VOTE for their choice. BUT is is actually the Electoral College that decides.
Well ... as phrased, that has never happened. The Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIII and the Packers in Super Bowl XLV both won the toss and elected to defer their choice to the start of the second half. In both cases, their opponent elected to receive the opening kickoff. So, while the Cardinals and Packers won the toss and wound up kicking off, that was due to their election of deferring their choice to the second half which, in essence, gave the choice at the start of the game to their opponent.
Through an election process. Usually, the representatives are divided up into districts, and the citizens of those districts elect their choice.
When we talk about election then its obvious that we are given choices and among those given choices we elect something while in selection we don't have any choice but we select something. Both the words sound similar meaning.
He's still addressed as Mr. President.
Supreme Court Justices are nominated by the President of the United States. The Senate confirms and approves the President's choice.
the election is decided by House of Representatives.
This one is something of personal preference. The most common form in the US would be "reelect"; "re-elect" would be more common in the UK. A less-common convention that sees some use in both is the use of a diaeresis on the second vowel to indicate that it is a second syllable: reëlect.
No. The US Constitution specificaly states that the sitting president's term of office ends at noon on 20th January. The president-elect may take the oath of office anywhere he happens to be just before noon, and be sworn in by almost anyone serving in some sort of official capacity. No emergency can delay that process.
The steps on how to elect class officers are straightforward. Start by registering the voters, who are the members of the class. Nominate the candidates who will contest the position and have the registered members vote for their preferred choice. Count the votes and declare the winner who takes up the office of the class officer.
Covalent bonds involve sharing electrons.
The team that did not kick off at the start of the game kicks off at the start of the second half. If you win the toss at the beginning of the game and elect to receive that means you will be kicking off in the second half.
i elect you
The plural of governor-elect is governors-elect.
Vice President-elect Joseph Biden will be sworn in prior to President-elect Obama.
There are three sections in the Constitution that specify the line of succession. First is Article II, Section 1, where it says that the Vice President is next in line. The second is in the 20th Amendment, Section 3, which says that if the President-elect dies before taking office, then the VP-elect gets inaugurated. The third is in the 25th Amendment, which clarified Article II, explicitly stating that if the President can no longer serve, that the VP becomes President.
Elect is a verb.