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06/03/2021

What is a US delegate?

What is a US delegate?

A delegate is a person selected to represent a group of people in some political assembly of the United States. In the United States Congress delegates are elected to represent the interests of a United States territory and its citizens or nationals.

Who votes for Utah?

Trump won Utah with 58.1% of the vote and a margin of 20.5%, an improvement on his 18.1% margin over Hillary Clinton in 2016, but a narrower margin than past Republican nominees Mitt Romney in 2012, John McCain in 2008, George W. Bush in 2004 and 2000, and Bob Dole in 1996.

What political party is Utah?

The United Utah Party (UUP) is a centrist, third way political party in the United States. It was founded in 2017 and is active only in the state of Utah….

United Utah Party
Political position Center
U.S. House of Representatives (Utah Seats) 0 / 4
Seats in the State Senate 0 / 29
Seats in the State House 0 / 75

How many electoral votes did Utah have in 1980?

Electoral College Votes by State

State Electoral Vote of each State For Vice-President
South Dakota 4 4
Tennessee 10 10
Texas 26 26
Utah 4 4

What was the electoral votes in 1980?

1980 United States presidential election

Nominee Ronald Reagan Jimmy Carter
Party Republican Democratic
Home state California Georgia
Running mate George H. W. Bush Walter Mondale
Electoral vote 489 49

How many electoral votes did Ronald Reagan have?

Reagan won 525 of the 538 electoral votes, the most of any presidential candidate in U.S. history.

Electoral College Votes by State

State Electoral Vote of each State For President
South Dakota 4 4
Tennessee 10 10
Texas 26 26
Utah 4 4

How old must one be to be elected president of the United States?

According to Article II of the U.S. Constitution, the president must be a natural-born citizen of the United States, be at least 35 years old, and have been a resident of the United States for 14 years.

What is the subject and purpose of the 23rd Amendment?

The amendment grants the district electors in the Electoral College as though it were a state, though the district can never have more electors than the least-populous state. The manner in which the electors are appointed is to be determined by Congress.