How Does the Electoral College Work?
The Electoral College is an entity that was created by the writers of the United States Constitution. Because the original colonies that came together to create the United States of America greatly feared mob rule, which some felt would happen with a...
Nov 8, 2016 ... On Election Day, we're electing the electors who elect the president. And it takes
270 of the 538 electors to win. Got it?
Currently, the Electoral College includes 538 electors, 535 for the total number of
congressional members, and three who represent Washington, D.C., ...
Nov 6, 2016 ... Here's a little information that Americans have usually been able to ignore. It's
about the Electoral College, a uniquely American institution that's ...
The Electoral College is a process, not a place. The founding fathers established
it in the Constitution as a compromise between election of the President by a ...
Nov 6, 2012 ... How does the Electoral College work? Every four years, voters go to the polls
and select a candidate for President and Vice-President. In all but ...
Nov 8, 2016 ... The Associated Press electoral college map showed Hillary Clinton and Donald
Trump in a close race by electoral votes shortly after 11 p.m. ...
No, the electoral college is not the worst team in the ACC. ... sense, it's useful
sometimes to think of the Constitution as an experiment — as a work in progress.
Confusion, or at least lack of clarity, in voters' minds about the Electoral College
is evidenced by the number of questions I'm asked about it. The question I'm ...
Dec 19, 2016 ... Protesters opposed to the electoral college circle the Capitol in ... Which leads to
the next question: How exactly does the process work? Below ...