Abolish the Electoral College
  • Petitioned Constitution of the United States of America

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Constitution of the United States of America

Abolish the Electoral College

    1. Thoros Yates
    2. Petition by

      Thoros Yates

      Stafford Springs, CT

The electoral college violates majority rule, and violates the math of liberal arts voting schemes. It is statistically inefficient, and demotes isocratic nomination. The role of political office for presidential candidates should be canny, treated with the modest and respected views of every American citizen. We have the technology to recount. We have the technology to poll large elections. Back in the late 1700s-1800s they were still in horse and buggy, where this system was efficient. This is today, and we, Americans need fair representation chosen by ourselves.

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    • jared atkinson URRAY, UT
      • almost 2 years ago

      Right now I dont even bother to vote because my vote.means nothing!

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    • Judy Westergard IDAHO FALLS, ID
      • almost 2 years ago

      I don't think that only a few states

      can determine who is the President of the United States

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    • Mark Mansfield POCATELLO, ID
      • almost 2 years ago

      Democracy.

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    • Darrell Evans TWIN FALLS, ID
      • almost 2 years ago

      Fair Representation

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    • Michael Godfrey POCATELLO, ID
      • almost 2 years ago

      The Electoral College system is rediculous.

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