Pennsylvania voting loophole leaves delegates free to vote for candidate against the popular vote
Electoral College articles on Democracy Chronicles
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 Seen by many as radically out of date, the President is not elected directly by the voter but is elected by "electors".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.
There are similarities between the Colorado delegate system and Jim Crow according to Carson
Depending on state, rules are very different for punishing electors who ignore the voting public
In New Hampshire, there are 32 delegates up for grabs, eight being super delegates. Keep in mind that it is delegates that determine who will be each party’s nominee. These eight super delegates are actually eight individual people
The unusual process behind Iowa Caucuses holds enormous power within America’s Presidential vote
Much lies in the way of the Bloomberg Presidential campaign, including outdated laws
National Popular Vote campaign would help independents and third parties argues Ralph Nader
City Council unanimously approves move to Washington D.C. statehood with new signature campaign
Anyone can run if they want to be one of the Tennessee delegates in the Presidential race
Can third parties become a force for reversing voter suppression? Maximizing vote totals might require focus on some states and not others without regard for how this helps or hurts the Democrats.