IS IT TIME FOR THE STATES TO TAKE A SERIOUS LOOK AT THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE?
January 27th, 2013 | Author: NSRF Administrator
The path to reaching 270 electoral votes is very simple for Democrats. Republicans can fix this by switching to “Winner take all by Congressional district.” This would in no way dismantle the Electoral College. This is not a call for direct democracy. It’s totally Constitutional and is Federalism at its best. It ends voter fraud, preserves the Electoral College, and empowers the states.
already do this. Nebraska
State Legislatures have been given the power by Article Two, Section One of the Constitution to award their electors in the manner in which they see fit. James Madison said states should award their Electors in a way that derive the most benefit for their states.
Romney won the election everywhere but in the major cities. The fact is, the divide between urban and rural
has never been larger than it is right now. People in rural America have
different priorities, hopes, and criteria for what they are looking for in a
candidate. But urban America
is picking the president for them. America
Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania,
all have Republican Governors and control of the Legislature right now. Wisconsin
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