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How is the winner of a presidential election determined in the event of a tie vote?

A. The Supreme Court chooses who becomes president.

B. The House of Representatives votes on the new president.

C. The states are allowed one vote each to decide on the new president.

D. The election is held a second time to choose who becomes president.

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    B. The house of representatives votes on the new president
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