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U.S. Presidential Election: Constitutional Design and Electoral System. Fall 2009 Chen-shen Yen Research Fellow Institute of International Relations National Chengchi University. American Political System Federalism Separation of Power Check and Balance Party System No Party System

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u s presidential election constitutional design and electoral system
U.S. Presidential Election: Constitutional Design and Electoral System

Fall 2009

Chen-shen Yen

Research Fellow

Institute of International Relations

National Chengchi University

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American Political System
    • Federalism
    • Separation of Power
    • Check and Balance
  • Party System
    • No Party System
    • Two-Party System
    • One-Dominant Party System
    • One-Party System
slide3
Constitutional Provisions
    • Article 1
    • Article 2
    • Amendments
  • Presidential Electoral System
    • Electoral College
    • Primaries & Caucuses
    • Pledged Delegates & Super Delegates
    • Proportional Representation and Winner-Takes-All
slide4
From Iowa to Mini-Super Tuesday
    • Iowa
    • New Hampshire
    • South Carolina
    • Super Tuesday
    • Pennsylvania
    • Potomac Primaries
  • Mini-Super Tuesday and the Delegate Counts
    • Vermont and Rhode Island
    • Ohio
    • Texas
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  • From Mini-Super Tuesday to the National Convention
    • Wyoming and Mississippi
    • Pennsylvania
    • Indiana and North Carolina
    • Oregon and Kentucky
  • Candidates
    • Republican
    • Democratic
    • Independent
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Primaries and Caucuses
    • calendar
    • allocation of delegates
    • super-delegates
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Looking Ahead
    • Battlefield states
    • Locked states
  • Interesting Dates
    • January 15, 2009
    • January 20, 2009
    • February 9, 2009
  • Electoral College
    • Minority President
    • Faithless Elector
    • One Man, Not One Vote
    • Only Competitive States Matter
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Reform Plans for Electoral College
    • No Change
    • Abolishing the System
    • Congressional District System
    • Proportional Representation
  • Presidential Elections
    • Maintaining Election
    • Reinstating Election
    • Deviating Election
    • Realigning Election
    • De-aligning Election