Bypassing Electoral College
should be decided by votes
Many think the Electoral College should not overrule the popular vote.
It was designed to allow the states to select the president, not the popular vote. This allows smaller states a voice in the selection. Otherwise, three states would select the president.
Many states are passing laws to throw all their electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote. Most, if not all, of these were laws passed by legislation and not by popular vote.
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How hypocritical is that to bypass a popular vote to praise the popular vote? This is not a smart move, but if it is not done by a popular vote it is also totally without ethics and should be reversed.
EVP Liberty Forum of Silicon Valley
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Source:: The Mercury News – Politics