The Electroal College

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History

 

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Majorie C

 

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August 31, 2014

 

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University

 

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They do "claim" that every vote counts, but once again I must emphasize, most states award the electoral vote to the candidate that has won the popular vote. To me this means that even if all the votes of a particular state point to one candidate, it isn't guaranteed that the candidate that should plainly win the state actually will...
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To me this means that even if all the votes of a particular state point to one candidate, it isn't guaranteed that the candidate that should plainly win the state actually will. I really do not support the Electoral College, I do believe if we allow a Constitutional Amendment to be passed to completely abolish the Electoral College; it will open the doors to other requests that may challenge to abolish any one of our rights...
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