Conservatives continue to complain about the closeness of the presidential election popular vote with complete hypocrisy as despite retaining control of the congress they LOST the popular vote in the house of Representatives.
by Faith Reaper2 weeks ago
I may be a bit naive on this topic, but I believe that my vote should count. I understand the history and all, but I still think one's vote should count, and the candidate who receives the most votes should...
by Credence23 years ago
excerpt from a recent article"After back-to-back presidential losses, Republicans in key states want to change the rules to make it easier for them to win.From Wisconsin to Pennsylvania, GOP officials who control...
by ptosis3 years ago
"A constitutional amendment, which requires a two-thirds vote in both houses of Congress (or a Convention under Article V of the Constitution) and ratification in three-fourths of all fifty states, would be...
by Mike3 months ago
The more I hear about this upcoming election the more confused I get.One of the so called "Delegates" even loudly proclaimed it was they who choose the next winner, not the voters.What if all Primaries were...
by Josak3 years ago
Rasmussen has a tie, Fox has a tie, Pew has a tie, ABC/Washington Post have Obama ahead by 1 as do CBS.Gallup has Romney ahead by 5, National Journal has Obama ahead by 5 and they can probably both be written off as...
by andrew savage3 years ago
Which is the better of the two: a president who wins the election by popular vote or a president who wins by the electorial vote? What are the safeties and dangers of the two?
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