If we’re going to keep the electoral college, it needs to be reformed. Up To My Wife Blanket. Actually, I think the best way would be instead of a winner takes all system, the number of electoral votes should be delegated to each candidate based on the percentage of popularvote in each state.
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For instance, my state of Indiana averages out to 42% Democrat and 55% Republican. So, given that Indiana has 11 electoral votes, 6 would go to the Republican and 5 to the Democrat. It would also allow third party candidates more of a chance to win and it would allow everyone’s vote to count. Shawn Smith I wrote a paper with this system in mind two years ago! I’m glad to see others like it. Without The Electoral College we would have a dictatorship. Only California and New York would decide every election. It just makes the system fair for everybody and it would actually move candidates to campaign in smaller states too as every electoral vote would be up for grabs. It actually satisfies both liberal and conservative arguments. Shawn Smith My thoughts exactly. I identify as conservative, but that does not mean I do not want progressives nor liberals in Texas to be shut out. All opinions matter. Up To My Wife Blanket. I think we forget that as liberals and conservatives, or whatever you identify as, that we’re supposed to be on the same side. We just disagree on how to get there. I think this would be a step in the right direction by giving a voice to the voters. Not this if you live in this state then you’re bound by this political party. Vernon Franko Yeah I honestly don’t care about that because that’s not what my post is about. I understand what the current system is. What I’m saying is that it needs to be reformed and why this idea is better than the system we have that is the winner takes all system. The Founders did not anticipate political parties as they did not exist yet and as of right now, they dictate the elections through our current system.