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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: Xcathdra
That is a link to the requirements for primary elections. Do you have one for generals?
Can you demonstrate that this law would apply to the general election when it says that applies to the primary?
o apply for an ID card you must visit a California Department of Motor Vehicles(DMV) office in person to:
Complete a Driver License or Identification Card Application (Form DL 44). This form is not available online as it requires your original signature.Give your thumbprint.Have your picture taken.
If you wish to complete the application form before your visit to the CA DMV, you can call the DMV's automated telephone system at (800) 777-0133 to have the form mailed to you.
You will also need:
Your Social Security number. If you are ineligible for a SSN but are legally present in the U.S., you can still apply for a CA ID card.An original or certified copy of a document proving your date of birth or legal presence, such as your:CA driver's license.U.S. passport.Birth certificate.An original or certified copy of a document proving your name if you've had a name change, such as your:Marriage certificate.Name change document showing both your original and new name.Adoption papers.To provide 2 documents proving your California residency, which could include:Home utility bills.Title or deed to your residence/property.Pay stub from your employer
That wouldn't make much sense if they don't win their party's nomination, would it?
The person who won the primary will.
There are three basic methods by which an individual may become a candidate for president of the United States.
An individual can seek the nomination of a political party. Presidential nominees are selected by delegates at national nominating conventions. Individual states conduct caucuses or primary elections to determine which delegates will be sent to the national convention.
An individual can run as an independent. Independent presidential candidates typically must petition in each state in order to have their names printed on the general election ballot.
An individual can run as a write-in candidate.