A new report indicated the Trump campaign’s courting of battleground states helped him secure the Oval Office
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The Electoral College gives different weights to votes cast in different states as a mathematician explains
Byzantine Electoral College system devised to protect less-populated states from the “tyranny of the majority.”
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg expressed support for abolishing the Electoral College
Emergency motions filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals seek to postpone the presidential inauguration
Fines headed for mailboxes of four Democratic electors who refused to honor Washington state’s popular vote
CSPAN is seeking permission to show Presidential elector meetings that have never been previously broadcasted
Two more states could add their voices to array of National Popular Vote plans to overturn Electoral College
The rules behind Presidential election recounts vary from state to state and are overseen federally