Though written without regard for alternative voting methods, maybe the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is OK.
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The Electoral College is an institution that officially elects the President of the US every four years. Seen by many as radically out of date, the President is not elected directly by the voter but is elected by "electors". Also see our section on American democracy and our articles on proportional representation.
The Arizona Supreme Court has upheld a lower court’s decision to refuse the Trump campaign’s plea that sought to decertify Joe Biden’s victory in the state.
The legal allegations make for good copy in the press, and let Republican hacks repeat fraud charges to reporters and social media consumers.
Article prescribes a National Popular Vote Interstate Compact obliging electors to vote the popular winner as remedy to current electoral college system.
Article argues on debate on the relevance of the Electoral College that new conflicting rulings on the institution could generate chaos in 2020 and beyond.
There is currently a debate in the US about eliminating the Electoral College and replacing it with a National Popular Vote. There are also ardent defenders of both arguments. There are valid arguments on both sides.
President Trump has asserted executive privilege over documents that were subpoenaed by Congress related to adding citizenship question to the 2020 census.
The presidential-candidate nomination process is increasingly a train wreck. Voters are now asked to sort through 15 -25 candidates.
Mississippi is the only state in the nation where a candidate could garner a majority vote and not win the statewide office he or she was pursuing.
In discussions about abolishing the Electoral College, supporters return time and time again to the plight of small states like Wyoming or Mississippi.