The intricate dance of American Presidential voting revolves around the controversial electoral college system
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 Seen by many as radically out of date, the President is not elected directly by the voter but is elected by "electors".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.
New study lists the most important political counties in the country and offers predictions on winner
So many citizens abstain from voting for President that in most elections they have biggest say
Many before Donald Trump have made rigged vote allegations going back to at least Andrew Jackson
Delegate for the Republican Electoral College indicates he doesn’t plan to vote for Presidential nominee
Non-battleground states tend to vote for third parties and independents a bit more during Presidential elections
Replacing electoral college system today is not as easy as might appear despite its many problems
D.C. statehood bid gets a boost from mention inside draft proposal of Democratic Party Platform
Republican Never Trump Movement launches last ditch effort to control convention nomination
The poll surveyed 1,500 citizens and revealed that 51% believed that the current system was “rigged” and another 27% do not understand sufficiently enough the current presidential primary system.