Analysis of the electoral College

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American History

 

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Ronald M

 

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November 10, 2016

 

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Voter turnout varies from state to state, and one state may have less electoral votes but a higher number of people voting. This certainly gives the more populous states an advantage in the electoral process, because even if few people vote their votes carry a lot more weight (Best 207). People often site the Electoral College as a reason they do not vote, because if you vote for the losing candidate in your state your vote is, in effect, thrown out...
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People often site the Electoral College as a reason they do not vote, because if you vote for the losing candidate in your state your vote is, in effect, thrown out. All of the state’s electoral votes will go to the winner in the state. Well organized and politically active groups have much more power when very few people are actually turning out to vote (Best 208)...
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