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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...6yrs

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No, the electoral college ensures representation of the whole country instead of just major cities

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No, but reform so that votes are distributed proportionally instead of the current winner take all system

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@8DG2Q8FIndependent from Illinois answered…2yrs

No, but repeal the Permanent Reapportionment Act of 1929 and add seats to the House so each House member represents the same number of constituents. Thus making the Electoral College more in line with it's intention

@95VSL6Gfrom Guam  answered…11hrs

Establish a non-partisan Federal Electoral Commission that operates elections according to consistent national standards, like the Australian Electoral Commission. No corruption, no fraud, layers and layers of checks and balances, votes counted and reported in real time accurately and beyond dispute. The current American system is a worldwide joke.

@95VL9NJ from Indiana answered…17hrs

No, but the census should be accurate so the number of representatives correctly represent actual population number in all areas.

@95TBXDZ from Minnesota answered…2 days

Rank choices and change the electro college so the small city and states aren't ignored. Alog with popular vote

@95T6PTQ from Wisconsin answered…2 days

@95SZ6BV from North Carolina answered…2 days

@95SXDTW from Colorado answered…2 days

@95SVKSK from North Carolina answered…2 days

it's confusing, but we've had it for so long it doesn't even matter.

@95SKDRX from California answered…2 days

@95SJVCC from Washington answered…2 days

Our political party system is flawed. The lines that represent districts have been altered to favor one party before. Popular vote doesn't automatically win. People dont even have a real chance to vote for someone else if they hate the two main candidates. Political parties are non-partisan and now it feels like people vote on party not policy.

@95SHML8 from Maine answered…2 days

I think people should be able to vote for who they want and not need to be put into a average for their state

@95SGYFG from North Carolina answered…2 days

@95SCQ8MDemocrat from Oklahoma answered…2 days

Yes, but this should be done through legal action in the states to create a popular vote instead of making it a federally mandated popular vote.

@95RSJWX from Oregon answered…3 days

@95RP9VBIndependent from Texas answered…3 days

No, but it should have no purpose except to see which politicians do not represent their constituents.

@95RGFHG from Kansas answered…3 days

@95RF7Z4 from Florida answered…3 days

Yes with a Proportional Representation system instituted to remove the 2 party system

@95RF4NCIndependent from Ohio answered…3 days

@95RDDDJ from Texas answered…3 days

No but each state should have an equal number of people on the electoral college.

@95RD5RY from Florida answered…3 days

An overhaul of the voting system needs to be implemented as both systems are broken and prone to corruption.

@95R9DT4 from Maryland answered…3 days

No, the gerrymandering of voting districts should be abolished instead

@95R5DZ8Libertarian from California answered…3 days

No but the way they vote should be a direct reflection of the peoples views,not theirs

@95R3ZW5 from California answered…3 days

@95QYPND from Oklahoma answered…3 days

yes it is a outdated way of having it where the people vote don't matter as much as we are told

@95QSQZB from Illinois answered…3 days

Yes, but make the popular vote equal for each state no matter the population.

@95QRSHB from Texas answered…3 days

No, but the popular vote should have more of an effect in the outcome of the elections.

@95QNQ47Women’s Equality from Nebraska answered…3 days

I feel like it is not the worse thing but since you’re doing electoral college it kind of feels like your vote won’t matter in a way.

@95QL4P4 from California answered…3 days

@95QHV42 from Texas answered…3 days


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