Since most states use a winner-takes-all ... allocation of electoral votes do not
ignore voters in less ...
What happens if no presidential candidate gets 270 Electoral votes? What would
.... Only two states, Nebraska and Maine, do not follow the winner-takes-all rule.
Aug 21, 2012 ... The shift to statewide winner-take-all was not done for idealistic reasons. ... At first
, state legislatures dominated as the electoral method of choice. ... won the 1796
election if two of his strongholds had used winner-take-all. Not ...
In all but two states, losing candidates, whether they got two million or two votes,
... The usual effect of so-called "third-force" candidates is to take away votes from
one ... When a candidate is not a nominee of a party, the slate is named through
a .... Because of the winner-take-all rule, a small margin of victory in Cal...
However, in fact, the Maine-like scheme is no more than a particular manner of
applying the “winner-take-all” rule, when only two rather than all state electoral ...
Aug 14, 2015 ... Why do we tolerate elections in which only two states matter? ... I'm not so sure
he's right, but he's smarter than me, and that's not what set me off. ... It would be a
huge step in the right direction if the winner-take-all rule was ...
Jan 21, 2015 ... It's likely to be the closest this state gets to the 2016 presidential race. ... The
winner-take-all system is bad for two reasons. ... That's no typo.
Dec 17, 2012 ... Today, electors will gather in each of the 50 states to officially re-elect President
Barack ... Two states do not have winner-take-all systems.
Jan 4, 2013 ... Some states are "winner take all", giving all electoral college votes in that ... "
Because there's not much to gain ... a candidate would be nuts to spend ... Assign
2 electoral votes for the winner of the popular vote in each state ...
Many people in the United States think of plurality rule when they think about ...
The two exceptions are Nebraska and Maine which do not use a winner-take-all