Presidential candidates are formally nominated at:
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- Question: Presidential candidates are formally nominated at:
- a national convention.
- a local caucus.
- a district convention.
- a state convention.
The correct answer is: a national convention. The local caucus is used to put forth candidates in some states. The district convention is done before the national convention. A state convention will be held to elect delegates to the national convention, where a party candidate will be formally nominated.