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Tyranny of the Majority and Winner-Take-All

Sean Parnell - Nov 21, 2019

Electoral College

One argument for retaining the Electoral College and its state-by-state process for electing the president is that it provides a check on raw majoritarian power, sometimes referred to as the “tyranny of the majority.”

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NPV founder having second thoughts?

Trent England - Nov 18, 2019

Threats

At a recent event in Florida, one of the creators of NPV admitted that, under current federal and state laws, NPV would not produce “a reliable national total.”

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What is National Popular Vote?

Trent England - Jun 03, 2019

Threats

In the aftermath of the 2000 presidential election, some Al Gore supporters determined to do away with the Electoral College. They called their plan, and the organization they created to push it, National Popular Vote.

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