What is the number of the votes in the house of Washington?
Washington state had 11 electoral votes in the election of 1992, 1996, 2000, 2004 and 2008.
He was the only candidate for our first election, so everyone whovoted voted for him. He only served (and only wanted to serve) oneterm. 69
What is the minimum number of votes in the US House of Representatives that is needed to override a presidential veto?
290 votes are needed in the House, plus 67 votes in the Senate, provided everyone is present and votes. The requirement is 2/3 of those voting.
No, California has the most electoral votes for a state. If speaking of George Washington, again no. Ronald Reagan won with the most electoral votes in history, 525.
Yes, the 23rd Amendment to the US Constitution gives Washington DC electoral votes, although no more than the least represented state.
The speaker of the house does not get to vote. The speaker must benon-partisan and voting would take away this aspect.
The Twenty-Third Amendment guarantees Washington, DC a minimumnumber of electoral votes. Before that, they could not vote forPresident.
Yes, the legally qualified voters who live in DC are allowed to vote for president. DC has been given three electoral votes and their electors vote along with all the electors from the states.
yes. most of the time they voted for Clinton in 92 and 96 then Gore in 2000 then Kerry in 2004 and Obama in 2008
Washington DC allows one vote per person of age 18 years or older. During a presidential election, this translates into 3 electoral college votes. In the 2008 Presidential election, Washington DC cast 265,853 votes.
If The House writes it, it's The House first, then The Senate. Bills written in The Senate, Generally go to Senate first vote then The House. In some occasions, The House will vote first on Senate Bills.
Yes, George Washington was elected President of the United States, and then re-elected four years later. He retired after serving two terms.
Amendment XXIII (23) to the Constitution, proposed by Congress on June 17, 1960, and ratified by the states on March 29, 1961, gave DC the right to vote in presidential elections. It now has three electoral votes, the same as Montana, Delaware, Vermont, and several other small states.
When the Constitution was ratified, there was no city of Washington. After the capital moved there, the city grew but it was many years before DC had an appreciable permanent population. The vast bureaucracy of government workers, military personnel and lobbyists now living in Washington is of relat…ively recent vintage. Also, a large number of ex-slaves had no place to go when the Civil War ended and so came to DC for relief. (MORE)
He was leading the country to good paths so people thought he would make a good leader and made him their president. and he faught in the war
President Obama had 1,775,396 votes or 55.88% in Washington State. But if you are referring to Washington DC, the president received 267,070 votes, or 90% of the popular vote.
It is in the city of Washington in DC, not in the state of Washington.
The representatives, all 435 of them, are the people who vote in the House to make new laws or repeal old ones. In addition to the 435, a number which has remained constant since 1913 with the exception of the period between the addition of a new state and the subsequent congressional reapportionm…ent, there are also six non-voting members of the U. S. House of Representative, one from each of the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands. (MORE)
because he led the war to victory and his nation trusted him. he made great laws and was good president
hopefully only the speaker. Otherwise it would be very painful for the speaker.. All of the members of the house vote for the speaker
Yes. The house speaker vote and sometimes that vote breaks or pass bills in the house.
1. Voice votes are the most common, speaker calls for "ayes" and "noes" 2. Standing vote if any member thinks the speaker has commited an error in a voice note. all in favor, and then all opposed, stand and are counted by the clerk. 3. Teller vote, when this happens the speaker names two letters, …one from each party. The members pass between the tellers and are counted, for and against. 4. Roll call vote, also known as record vote, may be demanded by one fifth of the members present. (MORE)
George Washington was unanimously elected both times that he ran for U. S. President. He received a vote from each of the 69 electors in 1789 and from each of the 132 electors in 1792. Although he did not run for reelection in 1796, he received two votes that year.
The Speaker has a vote if he/she is a member of the house of representatives BUT ... the speaker of the house does not have to be a member of the house of representatives in order to become speaker so, the speaker has a vote if he/she is a member, but that does not always have to be the case
Did you mean How often congress votes in Washington, or How often are there elections to vote for congressmen in Washington
The senate has an even number of members and so a tie vote is possible, if this happens, the vice president who is not a member of the senator can vote to break the tie. The House has an odd number of members and so a tie can not occur if every member votes. The leader of the House is a member e…lected by the membership and can vote . (MORE)
There are 435 of them and they all can vote. . 435 of the 441 members of the U. S. House of Representatives are voting members. The six non-voting members are from the District of Columbia and the five unincorporated U. S. territories, Puerto Rico, the U. S. Virgin Islands, American Samoa, Guam an…d the Northern Mariana Islands. (MORE)
The next national election will be in November, 2012. At that time all of the House, one-third of the Senate and the presidency will be up for election.
When: George Washinton was unanimously drafted as president by the Electoral College in 1789. Why: He was a great leader in the french and Indian war, the revolutionary war, and in supporting the creation of America's government.
What denies the right of its citizens to vote by reducing the number of Representatives in the House of representatives?
If a state loses population, it loses representatives in The House of Representatives. There can only be 538 members of Congress, allowing each state has 2 senators and Washington D.C. has 3 representatives. So if a population in one state grows, they gain representatives, but there must be a state …or states that also lose representation. (MORE)
In 2008, Barack Obama received 3 electoral votes from Washington dc In 2012, this has not yet been determined
The electoral college and the people.tHATS FUNNY I NEEDED THAT SAME EXACT QUESTION TWO SECONDS AGO!
The state of Washington is allowed to appoint 12 electors for the presidential and vice presidential elections of each of the years 2012, 2016 and 2020, one for each of their two senators and ten Representatives. That is one more than they had from 1991 through 2011. The District of Colombia is a…llowed to appoint 3 electors in each of the three elections before the 2021 reallocation. They are allowed the same number of electors as the least populous state, which is currently Wyoming. If there were no states with a population lower than that of D.C., D.C. would be allowed the same number of electors it would have if it were a state (which would be 3 also). (MORE)
When debate concludes, the motion in question is put to a vote. The Senate often votes by voice vote. The presiding officer puts the question, and Members respond either "Yea" (in favor of the motion) or "Nay" (against the motion). So, in summary, the literal term would be just that: ' voting. '
Washington State appoints 12 electors in each of the Presidential/ Vice Presidential elections of 2012 through at least 2020. Washington DC appoints 3 electors in each of the Presidential/ Vice Presidential elections of 1964 through at least 2020.
U. S. House members are elected on the day after the first Monday of November of every even-numbered year. There may be primary elections earlier in the year in some districts to get the number of candidates per political party per congressional district down to one.
The US House of Representativs requires 218 votes for a simple majority of the 435 Member body.
There are 538 electors, based on there being 435 representatives and 100 senators, plus the three electors from the District of Columbia.
Under theTwenty-third Amendment to the United States Constitution,Washington, D.C. is allocated as many electors as it would have ifit were a state, (but no more electors than the least populousstate). Since every state has at least 3 electoral votes,Washington, D.C. is allocated 3 electoral votes.
Washington State has 12 electoral votes because there are 10 representitves and 2 senates(: .
Because of the 23rd Amendment which granted District residents the right to vote for President and Vice President.
In the 1824presidential election an individual needed to receive at least131 electoral votes out of the 261 total electoral votes. AndrewJackson received 99 electoral votes, John Quincy Adams received 84electoral votes, William Crawford received 41 electoral votes, andHenry Clay received 37 electora…l votes. The popular vote totalswere Andrew Jackson 151,271 (42.9%), John Quincy Adams 113,122(32.1%), Henry Clay 47,531 (13.5%), and William Crawford 40,856(11.6%). Since no candidate received the required majority of 131electoral votes, the president was elected by the U.S. House ofRepresentatives in accordance with the Twelfth Amendment of theUnited States Constitution. If no candidate receives a majority ofelectoral votes, the Twelfth Amendment of the United StatesConstitution provides that the U.S. House of Representatives willselect the president, with each state delegation casting one voteAdams was elected President on February 9, 1825, on the firstballot, with 13 states, followed by Jackson with 7, and Crawfordwith 4. (MORE)
Washington State can appoint 12 electors for each of the presidential/ vice presidential elections of 2012, 2016 and 2020. If the U.S. Census Bureau's 2011 predictions of 2020 state populations turn out to be accurate, Washington will be allowed to appoint 12 electors for each of the 2024 & 2028 …elections as well. (MORE)
The total number of electoral votes is fixed at 538. Each state haselectoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative thestate has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative thestate has in the House of Representatives. Since every state hastwo senators and at least one representat…ive to the House, everystate has at least 3 electoral votes. The number ofrepresentative in the U.S. House of Representatives is fixedat 435. Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau takes a census ofthe population in each state. The 435 representatives in the U.S.House of Representatives is then reapportioned among the 50 statesbased on the population in each state. The District of Columbiagets 3 electoral votes. Therefore, the total number of electoralvotes is fixed at 538 - 100 (senators) + 435 (representatives) + 3(for DC). (MORE)
The number of representative in the U.S. House of Representativesis fixed at 435. Every 10 years the U.S. Census Bureau takes acensus of the population in each state. The 435 representatives inthe U.S. House of Representatives is then reapportioned among the50 states based on the population in each …state. (MORE)
When A Presidential Election Goes To The House Of Representatives Each State Gets A Number Of Votes Equal To The Number Of Members From That State. True or false?
False. If nocandidate receives a majority of electoral votes, the TwelfthAmendment of the United States Constitution provides that the U.S.House of Representatives will select the president, witheach of the fifty state delegations casting one vote, and the U.S.Senate will select the vice-president.
The first U.S.presidential election was in 1789. George Washington was electedas the first president of the United States. The election wasconducted under the new United States Constitution, which had beenratified earlier in 1788. In the election, George Washingtonreceived all 69 electoral votes and… was unanimously electedpresident. John Adams received 34 electoral votes and was electedvice-president. Others receiving electoral votes were John Jay (9),Robert Harrison (6), John Rutledge (6), John Hancock (4), GeorgeClinton (3), Samuel Huntington (2), John Milton (2), JamesArmstrong (1), Benjamin Lincoln (1), and Edward Telfair (1). (MORE)
George Washingtonreceived 100% of the electoral votes and was unanimously electedPresident in 1789 and 1792.
270 electoralvotes in the Electoral College are needed to win the U.S.presidency. Each state has electoral votes equal to the total ofthe 2 representative the state has in the U.S. Senate plus thenumber of representative the state has in the House ofRepresentatives. Since every state has two senator…s and at leastone representative to the House, every state has at least 3electoral votes. The District of Columbia gets 3 electoralvotes. Therefore, the total number of electoral votes is 538 - 100(senators) + 435 (representatives) + 3 (for DC). A majority is270 - one more than half of the total number of 538. (MORE)
Each state haselectoral votes equal to the total of the 2 representative thestate has in the U.S. Senate plus the number of representative thestate has in the House of Representatives. Since every state hastwo senators and at least one representative to the House, everystate has at least 3 electoral… votes. Alaska, Delaware,Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont and Wyoming have 3electoral votes each. The District of Columbia also has 3 electoralvotes. (MORE)