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Understanding the Electoral College

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Questions that can be answered from this booklet:

1) When was the Electoral College instituted and why?

2) How many electors are there?

3) What is the difference between a Democracy and a Republic?

4) What is the problem with majority rule?

5) What is the difference between a plurality and a majority?

6) Name a few elections where a presidential candidate won the popular vote,
Kindle Edition, 54 pages
Published October 30th 2010 by Creative Learning Connection (first published October 29th 2010)
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Very good 40 minute refresher
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There are many good books from upper elementary social studies texts, to high school government extended readings, and college political science treatises. All of these works are focused on an almost secretive group which makes the ultimate decision as to who will become the next President of the United States during every quadrennial election. [Ms._Jaime |4367300]’s text in its 2008 Smashw0rds edition is a brief 9-page treatise covering the basics of the Electoral Coll
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The Electoral College

The larger populated states would dominate national elections without The Electoral College. The forefathers established this system as ,”The Great Equalizer”. It gives smaller population states equal power to chose our President.
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