How to become the President

United States of America


To be a President you have to be:

- Born in the United States

- You have to live her for 14 years

- You have to be 35 years old or older

Step 1: Primaries and Caucuses

Primary - Votes for the best Candidate which is done by statewide

Caucuses - People openly decide which candidate they should support. Caucus format favors candidates who have a dedicated and organized following.

Step 2: National Convention

What is it? It is a convention of a major political party. The national convention is a single-chamber assembly in France from September 20, 1792 to October 26, 1795 during the French Revolution.

Step 3: General Election

What is it? The General Election is a regular election of candidates for office, as opposed to a primary election. It is also a regular election for statewide or national offices. All or most of the members of a given body are chosen.

Step 4: Electoral College

What is it? An electoral college is a process, not a place. When the founding fathers wrote the Constitution they established the electoral college into it as a compromise between election of President by a vote in congress and election of the President by a popular by a qualified citizens.