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Revision as of 06:17, November 7, 2018

Californian presidential election, 2019
Flag of the United States (1777-1795).svg
2013 ←
5 January 2019
→ 2025
1,279 members of the Federal Convention
640 votes needed to win

Californian Federal Convention 2019

Seats in the Federal Convention in 2019

Incumbent President

John Boehner
Conservative

The Californian presidential election of 2019, scheduled for Saturday, 5 January 2019, will be the fifth Californian presidential election. All 1,279 members of the federal and state parliaments of California will assemble on that date to elect the 6th President of California. Any Californian citizen may nominate themselves for election to the presidency, although historically it is more likely that a nominee of the two major political parties — the Liberals and Conservatives — will win the election.

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