Life takes you to unexpected places love brings you home poster

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Wouldnt the slimy GOP love to have rogue delegates in each State that refuse to represent the will of voters. That’s how we got the illegitimate potus we currently have. Remember, he lost by 3 million votes. If we keep the electoral college, then every state should have percentage division of their delegates. Actually,the electoral college is pathetically out of date. It is time to go popular vote. Kenny Sullens That would not happen. There are not enough voters in three states to decide any election, especially when you consider that not everyone in those states belongs to a single party. A popular vote system would empower voters so that their votes actually counted, whether they were a Democrat in a red state or a Republican in a blue state. Life takes you to unexpected places love brings you home poster. Don’t be so cynical. Madalyn Landers. I agree, a proportional allocation of electors in all states seems like a much better way to go. Unfortunately, there’s a big problem, especially if third party candidates are allowed to get electors (which they would have in 2016). If no candidate gets 50% of electors (270), then the House of Representatives decides with each state getting one vote. In 2016, if we had proportional allocation of electors in all states, Hillary Clinton would have had the most electors (assuming all electors were ‘faithful’) but not a majority. A vote in the House would certainly have gone to Trump. On the other hand, I heartily agree with your other suggestion – changing to a popular vote. I would add to that Ranked-Choice Voting.

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