On November 8, 2020, the Republican National Convention will convene in Cleveland, Ohio, to elect the next president of the United States.
It is a party convention and the convention is not an election.
A candidate will not be allowed to enter the convention hall until he or she has secured the necessary number of delegates.
This year, we are not likely to have a new president in the Oval Office.
The Democratic National Convention is slated for July 25-28, 2020.
It will be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
If you want to learn more about the Democratic National Committee’s primary process, click here.
The convention is also not an official election.
It’s held to nominate and elect a candidate to the United State House of Representatives.
The candidate must be nominated by the state’s electoral college.
A nominee is then elected in the state legislature, where the votes of the members are cast.
The person who receives the most votes will be the nominee of the state, which is the case for the 2018 election.
The election is decided by state primaries and caucuses, where votes are cast statewide and there are often large crowds to witness the election process.
The candidates will then be sworn in at a ceremony at the Capitol on January 20, 2021.
The president will then take office and will be sworn into office for two years.
If the president is a Republican, the person who wins the party’s nomination for president will become the next vice president.
The vice president is responsible for ensuring that the President of the US is elected.
In order to take office, the vice president must win the most delegates in the electoral college, or a majority of the electoral votes.
The first candidate to secure a majority in the Electoral College must then become the president of a two-party system.
The party that holds the presidency in 2020 is the Republican party, and this means that the vice presidency is not a party function.
The next president will take office on January 6, 2021, and the party that won the presidency will then have the right to form a government.
The new president will be named by the Democratic party, which means that he or her will be nominated in a primary election.
At that time, a candidate must secure a plurality of the votes cast in the party primary election to win the party nomination for the White House.
That person will then face off against the other candidate who has secured a majority.
This primary election will determine the president’s party and will determine how the party will be divided once the president becomes president.
There will be at least six rounds of primaries and caucus meetings during the campaign season.
This is a relatively short campaign cycle.
This election cycle has seen the nomination of a number of Republicans in Congress, but not a Democrat.
This was a very difficult year for the party, but Democrats managed to hold on to control of both chambers of Congress.
The Democrats did not get their number of seats in the Senate in 2020.
The Republican party has gained the largest number of Senate seats in modern history.
In the 2020 general election, Donald Trump was able to pick up five Republican Senate seats, and in 2020, Democrats picked up five Senate seats.
In 2020, both the House and Senate went for Democrats.
The two Senate seats Trump picked up were from the state of Indiana and the state seat of Utah.
Republicans have held the White Senate seat in Washington, D.C., since 1993.
In 2018, Donald J. Trump was the Republican nominee to become president.
Donald Trump won the Republican nomination for vice president by a landslide, winning nearly 56 percent of the vote.
Vice President Mike Pence was elected president, defeating President-elect Mike Pence, with nearly 46 percent of ballots cast.
Vice president-elect Joe Biden was elected vice president with more than 53 percent of votes cast.
In 2021, the president will have to take a few days off from the job before returning to the White State, which makes him the first president to have spent only one week in Washington.
The presidential election is a very different kind of election than the general election.
As the president, the first 100 days will be spent at home and the next 100 days at work.
The White House is open 24 hours a day and will have a small security detail of two or three Secret Service agents, but there is no full-time staff.
There is a federal government shutdown, which could last through February 20.
The Trump administration will be under a budget that will likely increase spending, which will result in the loss of the Environmental Protection Agency, which administers the Clean Air Act and other laws.
It has been estimated that the cost of the federal government will increase by $1 trillion or more for the next six years.
There are also a number proposed changes to the tax code.
The tax cuts that were approved by the House of Delegates in 2019 and the Senate will expire on January 2, 2021; the Senate Republican majority has already passed a bill that will cut the corporate tax rate from 35 percent