The Electoral College system works well in most elections. However, the call for reform is heard after almost every election. There are three major weaknesses in the system that could affect the outcome of an election.
Winner take all is the main problem out of these three. If a candidate wins the largest number of popular votes in a state, that person receives all the state's electoral votes most of the time. In the rare case, a candidate will only receive part of the electoral votes. Critics argue that this system is unfair to those who voted for a losing candidate. For example, in 1992…
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