In politics, a concession is the act of a losing candidate publicly yielding to a
winning candidate after an election, when the overall result of the vote has
become clear. Refusal to concede....
Here in Maine, candidate for senate Shenna Bellows just conceded the ... her
concession speech as I type this, so what happens if she wins?
Sep 2, 2010 ... Conceding the election does not supersede the actual vote totals. ... the
Conservative Party candidate who forced Dede Scozzafava (R) out of ...
What happens if someone concedes and then it's found out that he had the votes
needed to win? posted by FunkyHelix to Law & Government ...
Nov 4, 2008 ... So Americans have voted with their wallets as well as their ballots, and
candidates have spent that money. But what if, after all the ads, ...
Feb 15, 2008 ... Q: What happens to a candidate's leftover campaign funds when he or ... Do
candidates for elected office keep donations to their campaigns for ...
What Happens After Elections. With the votes ... Republican candidate John
McCain — his wife by his side — concedes the election to his Democratic
Feb 2, 2016 ... Bernie Sanders isn't ready to concede in Iowa just yet, citing reports that some ...
two candidates in precincts that have an odd number of delegates. ... but others
could have happened since there was no requirement to report ...
2 days ago ... Millions of Democrats are voting for a presidential candidate linked to an FBI. ...
What happens if Clinton wins the nomination, and the FBI ...
You might think that the candidate who receives the most votes becomes
president. ... In fact, when this happened in 1876, the state of the union was so
fragile that the ... Al Gore called his opponent Republican George W. Bush to