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Trevor Brannon That is not at all accurate. The number of people in those states, while large, would not be enough to decide a national election outright. In addition, the common argument that it would cause politicians to ignore all but the biggest cities is not accurate either. Queen 50th Anniversary 1970 2020 Thank You For The Memories. 85% of the population of the United States lives in places with a population of fewer than 365,000, meaning politicians would still be compelled to visit small towns and rural areas.
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Furthermore, they would have to focus on the ENTIRE union, not just swing states like Florida and Ohio. The only reason Republicans want to maintain the tyranny of minority rule is because they think they can’t win elections any other way, which is as cowardly as it is cynical. David Harter Whatever you’re Smoking, Stop being Selfish…and Share! Hillary has already been criticized for ignoring many Rural Areas and States…thinking she had their Votes in the bag! As for the Electoral College itself, it requires Identification of the Electors to Vote…which means no Hacking or Voter Fraud. The Liberal claim that the Popular Vote was Hacked highlights the lack of Identification, especially since the claim is that Hillary won the Popular Vote…and those Dense Democrat Precincts had more Votes than Registered Voters. Trevor Brannon now less populated states decide our election. Your logic folds on its self. Why do you prefer minority rule? Queen 50th Anniversary 1970 2020 Thank You For The Memories. I promise you if Republicans ever are on the other end of the stick and get f’ed in the A by the EC tunes will change. It’s very possible they will find for the electors in this one. I think the intent in the constitution was to have electors free to vote their will without pressure from outside powers. Does it take away the actual power of the voter? Yes it does. But that’s the constitution as designed. We could, in modern times, do away with the electoral college but it would need an amendment to do so. We will have to see how the courts go on this one.