what're pro's and con's of changing the electoral collage vote from majority to percentile in CA?
it's a terrible idea unless a majority of states do it, then it's a great idea
if only 1 or 2 do it, it dilutes their worth to candidates, but if most states have it, then someone can't write off a state where they're behind by 5% and there should be broader campaigns
If you change to majority vote throughout the entire country, then candidates couldn't take any state for granted, but would be able to ignore rural areas and focus on the big cities.
Any attempt to change the rules in just one state tends to be for the benefit of the party that has no chance of winning that state; in the case of California, it's an attempt by the republicans to keep the state's more than fifty electoral votes from going to the democratic party.
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