How to Become President

A Step by Step Guide on becoming President

Requirements

  • To be president you have to be at least 35, but I would suggest you waiting a bit until your more successful with politics.
  • Need to be a natural born citizen. Sorry you immigrants.
  • You need to be a resident in the United States for 14 years

How to Win Caucuses and Primaries

Remember there is a difference between a Caucuse and Primary the difference is in the caucuse you select the best canidate by voting and disscussions, and a primary is when you choose who you want to represent you in the general election by secret ballot.


  • To win a Caucuse and Primary don´t leave any state out. Get to all the states or atleast try. I would advise that you get Iowa first because they caucuse first
  • Start a Fanbase of Supporters in the state
  • Have Rallies around the sate
  • Have Merchendise

How to Start a Fan-base

  1. Get social media so you can interact with your supporters.
  2. Gain Followers and get your name out there.
  3. Try and be seen as a nice guy. Everyone likes a nice guy.
  4. Be average guy so you don´t look like just another politican.
  5. Make sure all of your dirt is barried really deep.
  6. Have merchandise and posters everywhere.
  7. Have a celebrity support and have them show it.
  8. DON´T BE SPAMMY AND ANOEYING

National Convention

The national convention is where all the members of a single party go to the same place and finalize who will be representing their party in the General Election.


  • Now if you play all your cards right and have many supporters you have a fighting chance for the spot.
  • I would suggest making you stand out in some huge way here...

Beat out the Competion

General Election

The whole country votes to see who supports which candidates left have the most support from the country. Popularity Votes.


  • By this time you fan-base should be really big. You should also have supporters in every state. Even thought you have support doesn´t mean you stop keep trying to get big names to support you.
  • You don´t have to win this vote to win the presidency.
  • This vote is usually what the electors look at for their votes.

Electoral College

A small group of people from each state gets electors/votes decided on the amount of representatives and plus senates they have in the U.S. house. Each state places their electors. You need half or 270 votes to win the presidency.


  • You really can´t do to much at this point. Just hope for the best.
  • These are the votes that really count.

Inauguration

Friday, Jan. 20th 2017 at 12pm

Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest

Washington, DC

The newest president needs to be sworn in.

The White House

If you win the presidency you will get the honor to live in the White House. Try not to get lost in one of the 132 rooms there.