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  • The Electoral And Electoral College

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    Hillary Clinton won the popular vote, yet Donald Trump is president because he won the Electoral College. The Electoral College is the system that the United States of America uses to elect the president and vice president. A couple of groups have a problem with how the Electoral College currently operates with people like Barbara Boxer, a California Senator, stating that “94% of campaigning by the presidential candidates in 2016 took place in 12 states. That was it. Two-thirds of these general election

  • The Electoral And Electoral College

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    know today as the Electoral College is one that has been in place in our country for over 100 years. The Electoral College is a system that helps determine who is elected as President and Vice President during major elections. The Electoral College is the primary source of determining who is elected. This system although having withheld through the times and stayed in place is not effective to me, and can lead to unfair elections in the eyes of some American People. The Electoral College gained its

  • The Electoral And Electoral College

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    for president, they are actually voting for presidential electors, who are known as a whole to be the electoral college. These electors, who are elected by citizens of the United States, are the ones that elect the chief executive. The electoral college has shaped the past, present, and future of the United States ever since it was constructed by the Constitutional Convention of 1787. The electoral college was created with fair and good intentions. It was created to allow all citizens to participate

  • The Electoral And Electoral College

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    The Electoral College The Electoral College system was first established in article two of the constitution and updated by the 12th Amendment in 1804 which is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States, combine with the Republican Party to its right. Tracing to its origins returns to Thomas Jefferson 's and James Madison 's Democratic-Republicans. The modern-day Democratic Party was founded around 1828, making it the world 's oldest operational party. During the 2000

  • The Electoral And Electoral College

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    Query 1) The Electoral College was created in the beginning to make a buffer between the selection of a President and the population. It was also created so that the smaller states received extra power as to not be overpowered by the larger states. Currently, the Electoral College consists of 538 electors. The number of members in the House of Representatives and Senate decides the numbers of votes that a state receives. The District of Columbia however has three electors and has been looked at like

  • The Electoral College : The Causes Of The Electoral College

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    In June of 1804 the states had ratified the Twelfth Amendment which enacted the Electoral College in time for the 1804 election. When election time comes, Americans vote for the President and Vice President who are chosen by Presidential electors, who as a whole are known as the Electoral College. As a decision was needed for a method of choosing candidates, the Constitutional Convention of 1787 contemplated many different ways of electing the President, but toward the end of the proposals and ideas

  • Electoral Americ The Purpose Of The Electoral College

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    Electoral College The Electoral College was a compromise in order to pick a president between the Congress’s vote and the citizens’ vote. The selection of Electors would meet and vote for the president and vice president, they would also count the electoral votes by Congress. There are 538 electors, but a majority of 270 electoral votes is required to elect a vice president or a vice president. The amount of electors equals the amount of members of the House of Representative that states have plus

  • Electoral Scooters

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    Islands, American Soma and Guam they are not entitled to electors in the Electoral College for presidential elections. The Constitution specifies in Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 only US States and in the Twenty Third Amendment, Washington DC are entitled to Electors. Guam has held a non-binding straw poll for the President since 1980 to draw attention to the fact heir vote does not count. This illustrates that the Electoral process is not truly democratic (Peralta, 2016). During the 91st Congress

  • The Electoral College : Debate Reflection On The Electoral College

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    The Electoral College: Debate Reflection I was assigned to focus on the topic about the electoral college. By this, I had to research on whether or not the United States actually needed the electoral college for presidential elections. But, asides from the research, I had already known that we choose our electors by using the popular vote, and those electors vote for a candidate to become our next president. We let our voices be heard within 538 people. However, after I researched more in-depth

  • The Importance Of The Electoral College

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    The Electoral College: A College We Can All Get Behind After every American presidential election, some citizens are upset with the results, but nothing has been seen quite like the 2016 election. On November 8, 2016, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton via the Electoral College, 306 votes to 232 votes (“2016 Election Results”). Clinton, however, won the national popular vote by almost three million votes, leaving many Americans outraged. Outgoing Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) even attempted to

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