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 President-elect - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In the United States, the members of the U.S. Electoral College are elected in November once every four years, and the Electoral College in turn elects the President of the United States in December, and finally the President-elect assumes office in January.
For example, the "Secretary-designate" or the "Vice President-designate." This title is occasionally used for Prime Ministers as well, to reflect the fact that they are not usually directly elected, but instead formally appointed by the head of state according to the rules of the parliamentary system.
At exactly 12:00 noon, on January 20 following an election year, the Term of Office of the President expires by Constitutional mandate, and the President-elect becomes the President of the United States.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/President-elect   (526 words)

  
 970526.html
president rafsanjani said that inspite of the enemies propaganda against iran the elections were held in a fair and disciplined manner in line with the prestige and dignity of islamic iran.
president akbar hashemi rafsanjani, who chaired the meeting, also praised the massive turnout of the iranian nation, particularly the youths, in the seventh presidential elections.
tehran, may 26, irna -- king hassan of maghreb sunday felicitated hojatoleslam mohammad khatami on being elected iran's fifth president in may 23 elections.
www.salamiran.org /Media/IRNA/970526.html   (4108 words)

  
 Committee to Re-elect the President - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Committee to Re-elect the President, often abbreviated to CRP or CREEP, was a Nixon White House fund-raising organization headed by John N. Mitchell, who had previously served as United States Attorney General.
The link of the break-in back to the White House and the President's campaign fund-raising committee turned the burglary into an explosive political scandal.
CRP funds, a sum of $500,000 U.S. dollars, were used to pay legal expenses for the five Watergate burglars after their indictment in September 1972.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Committee_to_Re-elect_the_President   (193 words)

  
 President Elect
He is the first president to lose the popular vote in his first election and then be re-elected to a second term.
Welcome to President Elect, the homepage for information on the election of U.S. Presidents and the electoral college.
Bush is the 43rd President of the United States.
www.presidentelect.org   (203 words)

  
 California State PTA President
The president is elected by the unit members to direct the affairs of the association in cooperation with the other members of the executive board.
The council president is an elected officer and serves as a vital link between the district PTA and the member units.
The president is the presiding officer and the official representative of the association.
www.capta.org /sections/management/president.cfm   (3206 words)

  
 Memorandum of Conference on January 19, 1961 between President Eisenhower and President-Elect Kennedy on the Subject of Laos
Commenting upon President Eisenhower's statement that we would have to go to the support of Laos alone if we could not persuade others to proceed with us, President-elect Kennedy asked the question as to how long it would take to put an American division into Laos.
President Eisenhower opened the discussion on Laos by stating that the United States was determined to preserve the independence of Laos.
President Eisenhower agreed with this and in his statement gave the impression that the request for aid had already come from the government of Laos.
www.mtholyoke.edu /acad/intrel/pentagon2/doc97.htm   (1220 words)

  
 TCS: Tech Central Station - President Elect 2004 -- The Game
President Elect 88 casts zero to three players in the role of campaign manager to the presidential nominees of the major parties and third parties.
President Elect 88 was surprisingly successful at predicting the outcome of the 1988 election.
But if you accept that President Elect 88 is correct in predicting a sixteen-point Bush win, and if you accept that media will push this race fifteen points to the left, then it stands to reason that Bush will win the real-world presidential race by a percentage point if he avoids massive mistakes.
www.techcentralstation.com /090204A.html   (1307 words)

  
 Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary President-Elect
During the months as president elect, much emphasis must be laid in the preparation to effectively serve the club.
It shall be the duty of the president-elect to serve as a member of the board of directors of the club and to perform such other duties as may be prescribed by the president or the board.
The president shall appoint the president-elect or vice-president to oversee and coordinate the work of the classifications, membership, membership development, and Rotary information committees.
www.wenatcheesunrise.org /board/pres-elect   (303 words)

  
 President Elect
President elect helps to provide continuity between one year and next, and builds the term that will execute planned activities during his succeeding term as President.
The President elect of the chapter acts as the Chief Executive Officer in the absence of the President, and works on special projects for the President to help insure long term success of the chapter.
This position may be held in conjunction with another chapter position.
www.ima-pa.org /Board/Elect.htm   (82 words)

  
 elect_mike_president.tripod.com
In his several bids for President as a Libertarian it seems like his main goal is to pocket money he takes from Libertarians which he tells will be used to make commericals which are never made.
I'm running for President of the United States as a canidate from the Libertarian Party.
Prior to the evil ALP INC taking over the Arizona Libertarian Party (ALP) I was elected to the Governing Board of the Arizona Libertarian Party.
elect_mike_president.tripod.com   (1083 words)

  
 WFU President-elect Nathan O. Hatch
Hatch was appointed by President Clinton to the National Council on the Humanities, the advisory board for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Hatch recognized Hearn's contributions as president, calling him "the architect of modern Wake Forest as a distinguished national university." He said he had had "wonderful conversations" with Hearn and looked forward to consulting with him during the transition period.
He is a former president of the American Society of Church History and has served on its executive council.
www.wfu.edu /president-elect   (1245 words)

  
 Procession to the Capitol
The outgoing President would take his seat in the carriage to the right of the President-elect, and the whole entourage would then proceed to the Capitol for the swearing-in ceremony.
In 1845, outgoing President John Tyler joined President-elect Polk for the carriage-ride to the Capitol, firmly establishing the tradition first carried out by Van Buren and Jackson in 1837.
Although most presidents rode to their Inaugurations in a carriage (or later, an automobile), Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson both walked to their swearing-in ceremonies.
inaugural.senate.gov /history/daysevents/processiontocapitol.htm   (656 words)

  
 The Straight Dope: What if prez and VP die before being sworn in?
Is he the least educated man of this century to be elected president?
Atchison was president pro tempore of the Senate then, and under the law in force at the time the succession would have devolved upon him, but he wasn't sworn in, he didn't do anything presidential (I believe he took a nap), and nobody to this day is really sure if he was president or not.
At midnight on Saturday, March 3, 1849, outgoing president James Polk's term expired, but incoming president Zachary Taylor refused to be sworn in on the Sabbath and put the ceremony off until Monday, March 5--which meant nobody was president on Sunday, at least officially.
www.straightdope.com /classics/a1_133.html   (772 words)

  
 NMRT Vice-President/President-Elect - Description & Timetable
Elected as Vice President/President-Elect, serving one year as Vice-President and one year as President.
The purpose of the NMRT Vice-President is to assist the President in performing those duties he or she assigns and to prepare for the following year as President by working closely with the President and other officers.
Serve as presiding officer in the absence of the President.
archive.ala.org /nmrt/hdbk/v-pres_p-elect.html   (1262 words)

  
 Center for the Study of the Presidency - Report to the President-Elect 2000
Center for the Study of the Presidency - Report to the President-Elect 2000
We would be wise to heed Supreme Court Justice Jackson's admonition that, "When the president acts [with] the Congress, his authority is at a maximum...
Few Presidents pay close attention to the hard lessons of experience: how a presidency can go wrong and how it attains greatness.
www.thepresidency.org /pubs/report2000.htm   (430 words)

  
 NewsFromRussia.Com U.S. concerned with Iran's president-elect’s past
President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo's scramble to recover public trust after allegations that she rigged last year's election gained steam Thursday when her Cabinet shed a top official facing tax-evasion charges More details...
Philippine President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo apologized Monday for talking with an election official about her hopes for a million-vote margin in last year's ballot, but said she did nothing wrong and declined to resign More details...
Iran’s new president elect Mahmoud Ahmadinejad won elections just several days ago, but the victory turns out to be not so glorious.
newsfromrussia.com /world/2005/06/30/60493.html   (2083 words)

  
 Boston.com / News / Local / Female leadership signals shift at MIT
The past two presidents, who served a total of 24 years, were both engineers, and MIT built its global reputation on engineering.
CAMBRIDGE -- Professors and students at Massachusetts Institute of Technology reacted warmly yesterday to news that their next president would be what many consider a surprising choice: a female biologist with only six years behind her as an academic administrator.
But life sciences and their intersection with engineering are the hottest topics at MIT today.
www.boston.com /news/local/articles/2004/08/27/female_leadership_signals_shift_at_mit   (531 words)

  
 A distinction to be noted George W. Bush: president-elect or president-select?
Bush was not elected president, he was selected by judicial fiat.
This piece proceeded from the premise that it was time to put aside charges that the election had been stolen and move on to the task of fixing the flaws in the process of casting and counting votes.
This is the term traditionally accorded to the individual who is elected by the voters.
www.wsws.org /articles/2000/dec2000/bush-d29.shtml   (910 words)

  
 For experience, knowledge, philosophy, elect Gore president
Despite being the son of a president, Bush came late to his passion for politics and has spent most of his adult life engaged in the business of making money in oil and sports.
The son of a U.S. senator, Gore has served a president's intensive apprenticeship for a quarter of a century.
Yet this is a high-stakes, life-and-death arena where presidents need more than a seasoned vice president to tell them what to do.
seattlepi.nwsource.com /opinion/gored2.shtml   (865 words)

  
 ABC News: Poland's President-Elect Praises U.S.
President elected Lech Kaczynski, right, and outgoing President Aleksander Kwasniewski smile during a ceremony at which the official results of the Sunday presidential election were announced, naming Kaczynski as Poland's next president, in Warsaw, Monday Oct. 24, 2005.
Kaczynski, the socially conservative mayor of Warsaw who believes in capitalism with a safety net, won Sunday's presidential runoff race with 54 percent of the vote, defeating lawmaker Donald Tusk of the pro-market Civic Platform party.
While Poland's prime minister wields most executive power, the president can propose and veto laws, commands the armed forces and represents the country abroad.
abcnews.go.com /International/wireStory?id=1245831   (414 words)

  
 President Elect - 2004
The 2004 election was a race between the incumbent president, Republican George W. Bush, and the Democratic candidate, Senator John Kerry.
The President Elect Electoral Projection and Computer Analysis that were on this page before the election have been moved.
Once again Ralph Nader, thought of by some as a spoiler in the 2000 election when he was the Green Party candidate, threw his hat in the ring this time as an independent candidate with the endorsement of the Reform Party.
presidentelect.org /e2004.html   (221 words)

  
 PRESS RELEASE Thom S. Rainer Recommended as President-Elect of LifeWay Christian Resources
Rainer is founder, president and CEO of the Rainer Group, one of the nation's leading church and denominational consultant organizations.
Rainer is author of 16 books, including "Surprising Insights from the Unchurched," "The Unchurched Next Door" and "Breakout Churches." He is a member of both the Academy for Evangelism in Theological Education and the American Society for Church Growth.
Draper, who will be 70 in October, told trustees his decision to retire is borne out of his "love for LifeWay" and his "commitment to do what is best" for the organization and its kingdom ministry.
www.marketwire.com /mw/release_html_b1?release_id=92518   (815 words)

  
 Eastern Branch - President-Elect
The President appoints one member to the Nominating Committee for a two year term (consider choosing the person not elected by the membership as the Presidential Nominee); this person may serve as Chair.
Vacancies on the committees shall be filled by appointment by the President for the unexpired portion of the term.
At the discretion of the President, may be invited to those before the Annual Meeting in which the office is assumed.
www.ento.vt.edu /EBESA/elect.html   (392 words)

  
 Call for nominations for President-elect and members of the Governing Board of IFLA
The ten elected places on the Governing Board are open to anyone, except the current President, who will complete her term of office in August 2005, and the President-elect who will begin his term of office as President in August 2005.
Those elected for the first time will then be eligible for election for a final, second term of two years (2007-2009).
Nine members of the Professional Committee, consisting of a chair elected by the Committee itself and one officer, preferably the chair, from each of the eight Divisions of the Federation.
www.ifla.org /III/gb/gbelect.htm   (668 words)

  
 Nigeria in need of a miracle, by Joëlle Stolz
Former US President Jimmy Carter, head of a 60-member monitoring group, refused to endorse the election.
Initially signed by 18 northern politicians, the petition soon won national backing from a wealthy and influential coalition, the group of Thirty-Four, who wanted to open up the political field from which everyone was debarred because of the head of state’s presidential ambitions.
In the spring of 1998 he launched a petition against the former dictator, General Sani Abacha, to stop him reinstalling himself as "civilian" president.
www.monde-diplomatique.fr /en/1999/03/06nigeria.html   (2134 words)

  
 Stone Elected IFT President-Elect
Hollingsworth, president of Better Built Foods of Carrollton, Ga, assumes the responsibilities of IFT president beginning today, the conclusion of her one-year term as president-elect.
Herbert Stone, Ph.D., president of the food marketing research and consulting firm Tragon Corp., has been elected president-elect of the Institute of Food Technologists as determined by a vote of its members.
He has served as department chair of Stanford Research Institute and was co-founder and president of Etel Inc.
www.worldfoodscience.org /cms?pid=1002998&printable=1   (336 words)

  
 Alex Byrne wins IFLA Presidential election - 2003
"I am honoured and humbled to be elected President-elect of IFLA, the peak international organisation for my profession.
I look forward to working closely with incoming President Kay Raseroka and then succeeding her to continue the process of making IFLA a truly global organisation which has the right to know at its heart.
He will succeed Kay Raseroka as President in August 2005 for a two-year term.
www.ifla.org /III/president-result03.htm   (195 words)

  
 BBC NEWS Asia-Pacific New Indonesia chief marks victory
He thanked outgoing President Megawati for her role in ensuring a smooth election and called on her supporters to accept the result.
I promise to be a president for all Indonesians, and I'll carry this precious mandate I've been given with the greatest sense of responsibility," he said.
Mr Yudhoyono said his initial priorities were to finalise his cabinet, set a programme for his government's first 100 days in office and ensure a smooth transfer of power.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/asia-pacific/3729048.stm   (315 words)

  
 National Press Club -- Brazilian President-Elect Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva
He was elected president with a record 52.7 million votes in a presidential runoff in October.
Lula was elected president of the union twice over the next six years.
His union activities increased over the following years, and in 1972 he was elected secretary of the Union of Metalworkers of Sao Bernardo de Campo and Sao Caetano.
www.npr.org /programs/npc/2002/021210.lula.html   (386 words)

  
 Vice President's Swearing-in Ceremony
Finally, the Vice President-elect, the President, and the President-elect would enter the crowded chamber, which would then grow quiet to hear the Vice President deliver his farewell address before gaveling the session closed.
While tradition dictates that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court administers the oath of office to the President-elect, a variety of officials have administered the oath to Vice Presidents.
The president pro tempore of the Senate administered the oath to the first three Vice Presidents—John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and Aaron Burr—and to many Vice Presidents from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth century.
inaugural.senate.gov /history/daysevents/vpswearingin.htm   (639 words)

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