Asked • 04/08/19

What criteria does a US Presidential candidate need to meet in order to appear on the ballot?

The eligibility requirements to run for the office of President are: - You must be a native born citizen - You must be at least 35 years of age - You must have lived in the US for at least 14 years (consecutive or otherwise) Once a candidate enters the election, what criteria determines if the candidate is in fact electable enough to appear on the election ballot? Does this vary by state, or is there a criteria that all states follow?

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Steve S. answered • 04/08/19

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