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Q: If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who decides the issue?
A: If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE decides the issue.
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Asked 9/2/2012 11:47:15 PM
Updated 7/11/2015 2:45:46 PM
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Edited by yumdrea [7/11/2015 2:45:44 PM]
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If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, the HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE decides the issue.

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