Presidency in the United States. Volume 4

Gabriel L. Carreiro (Editor)

Series: Presidency in the United States
BISAC: HIS036000



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This series gathers and presents original research in the study of the Presidency of the United States. Each article has been carefully selected in an attempt to present substantial topical data across a broad spectrum. Topics discussed in this compilation include the constitutional and institutional implications of presidential signing statements; an overview of the executive budget process; submission of the President’s budget in transition years; how the electoral college works in contemporary presidential elections; the counting of electoral votes and an overview of procedures at the joint session, including objections by members of Congress; and a discussion of presidential appointee positions requiring Senate confirmation and committees handling nominations. (Imprint: Nova)


Presidential Signing Statements: Constitutional and Institutional Implications
(Todd Garvey, CRS)

The Executive Budget Process: An Overview
(Michelle D. Christensen, CRS)

Submission of the President’s Budget in Transition Years
(Michelle D. Christensen, CRS)

The Electoral College: How It Works in Contemporary Presidential Elections
(Thomas H. Neale, CRS)

Counting Electoral Votes: An Overview of Procedures at the Joint Session, Including Objections by Members of Congress
(Jack Maskell, Elizabeth Rybicki, CRS)

Presidential Appointee Positions Requiring Senate Confirmation and Committees Handling Nominations
(Christopher M. Davis, Jerry W. Mansfield, CRS)


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