Title 3 of the United States Code

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Title 3 of the United States Code outlines the role of the President of the United States in the United States Code.

Chapter 1—Presidential Elections and Vacancies[edit]

This chapter deals with elections for President every four years, and vacancies.

  1. § 1. Time of appointing electors
  2. § 2. Failure to make choice on prescribed day
  3. § 3. Number of electors
  4. § 4. Vacancies in electoral college
  5. § 5. Determination of controversy as to appointment of electors
  6. § 6. Credentials of electors; transmission to Archivist of the United States and to Congress; public inspection
  7. § 7. Meeting and vote of electors
  8. § 8. Manner of voting
  9. § 9. Certificates of votes for President and Vice President
  10. § 10. Sealing and endorsing certificates
  11. § 11. Disposition of certificates
  12. § 12. Failure of certificates of electors to reach President of the Senate or Archivist of the United States; demand on State for certificate
  13. § 13. Same; demand on district judge for certificate
  14. § 14. Forfeiture for messenger’s neglect of duty
  15. § 15. Counting electoral votes in Congress
  16. § 16. Same; seats for officers and Members of two Houses in joint meeting
  17. § 17. Same; limit of debate in each House
  18. § 18. Same; parliamentary procedure at joint meeting
  19. § 19. Vacancy in offices of both President and Vice President; officers eligible to act
  20. § 20. Resignation or refusal of office
  21. § 21. Definitions

Chapters 2-5[edit]

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