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Real Electoral College Reform – Part III

(This is the third in a five-part essay on the U.S. Electoral College and the alternatives for the long-term future of that vital institution.) The Sad State of the American Electorate   Thomas Jefferson once said, “Whenever people are well-informed … Continue reading

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Real Electoral College Reform – Part II

(In Part II of this essay we examine a number of failures and near-failures of the U.S. Electoral College, demonstrating a need for both an improved electoral process and better informed electors.) Electoral College Failures and Near-Failures Although the Electoral … Continue reading

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Real Electoral College Reform – Part I

(In two of our past five presidential elections, 2000 and 2016, the candidates receiving a majority of the national popular vote were not the candidates ultimately selected by the Electoral College.  These electoral anomalies, perceived by many on the political … Continue reading

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