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If there i no clear majority vote in the electoral college for vice president, who decides the election?

Answer:

The electoral college votes to elect a president; whichever presidential candidate wins the majority of the votes is elected along with his/her running mate (VP candidate). If nobody wins the majority of electoral college votes, the House decides.

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