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Presidency Lecture Notes POLI 110

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In-class lecture notes on "Presidency" for POLI 110: 11/3/15
American Government and Politics
David Blyth Magleby
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Date Created: 11/05/15
Alisa Pierce POLI 110 “Presidency” Lecture Notes  11/3/15  Presidential Elections o Securing the Nomination  Start Early  Money primary  Early contests o Convention ­ Defining the candidate, setting the agenda o General Election  Battleground states o Electoral College  Inauguration and Honeymoon o Usually lasts around 100 days o Optimal time for presidents   Recurrent Patterns in the Presidency o Presidents have difficulty getting their domestic agenda enacted o Presidents gravitate to foreign policy (later in their terms) o Presidents have substantial powers o Presidents have become more powerful over time   How the President fits in our system o Characteristics of our systems o Great expectations    President and Legislative Process o May propose but not introduce legislation o May sign a bill into a law, but may not change it o If Congress remains in session, bill becomes a law if President does not sign it in  10 days o Threat of a veto may secure compromise o Rarely actually veto a bill­Obama only handful o Types of veto  Veto = return the bill to Congress with objections  Pocket veto = if Congress not in session and he does not sign bill in 10  days it is vetoed  Executive Orders o Something needs to be done to clarify or modify specific enforcement   President's use of resources o Diminishing resources o Increasing resources o Effects of limited resources on President's behavior  Managing the Presidency o White House Staff o Executive Office of the President  o Cabinet o Vice Presidency o Limitations


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