The Nominating Process and Presidential Primaries. “ Elections in the United States ” Ch. 7, Sec. 1. How does a candidate get from this point… . … to this point? . Let’s illustrate why “narrowing the field” is important… . “$1,000 Bill example”. The Nominating Process.
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“Elections in the United States”
Ch. 7, Sec. 1
“$1,000 Bill example”
(We will use the Presidency as an example)
Now, here is where it gets confusing – BUT, we will try and keep it simple!
Each state has a portion of these delegates given to them to give to the Republican candidates…
(It is a similar process for Democrats, as well)
As each state holds their primary or caucus, delegates are awarded to the competitors in relation to how they finish…
(it’s a big party, basically)