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Only those cardinals under the age of 80 who are able to travel to Rome elect the pope.
Only cardinals under the age of 80 at the time the conclave begins may vote for a pope.
I have no clue what the answer is. Maybe we should all take Polisci
Assembly held each fortnight.
Give or take 200,000 people, not all of voting age, of course.
Educaton for all. Voting. And insurrection. He also part of the Young Italy. A very big nationalist and liberalist.
A general election will take place to elect all 441 members to the United States House of Representatives on November 6th, 2012. Elections will take place in all 435 districts returning voting members and all 6 districts returning non-voting delegates.
THEY DO TAKE PART IN THE OLYMPICS BUT NOT ALL OF THEM.A lot of them take part in baseball.
The voting age is 18 in all states.
Yes, non-voting cardinals MAY enter the conclave if they wish.
Yes, all the cardinals in the conclave vote. They have the same right to vote for whomever they feel is the best choice to be the new pope. Besides, until the voting is complete, the cardinal has no idea that he was elected.
Many people take the winner takes all approach to voting. This means that instead of choosing individual people for each seat, a person can just vote a straight ballot of candidates from their party, should they choose to do so.