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Eradicating the Electoral College
In Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution authorizes that the President be elected using the Electoral College. Whereby A certain number of electors (the state's number of representatives plus its Senators) in each state votes for the President. They vote based on the supply of the popular vote in the state. Most states award votes based on a "winner-take-all basis". For example, if two-thirds of a state's public vote for a Democrat and the other third votes for a Republican, and the state has 6 electoral votes, then all 6 of that state's votes go…
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