Here’s how the Electoral College works and how it could impact the 2020 presidential race

Here's how the Electoral College works and how it could impact the 2020 presidential race 1

 

Here's everything you need to know about the electoral college and how it could impact the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

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11 Comments on "Here’s how the Electoral College works and how it could impact the 2020 presidential race"

  1. The electoral college is a necessity.. or other wise it would be the republic of California..
    Remember while they make excuses for Hillary loss. Scheer had the popular vote in Canada and lost.

  2. What if I told you that the popular vote doesn’t determine who becomes Prime Minister in Canada too? The popular vote is very irrelevant

    • Popular vote matters.. except if your candidate doesn’t get the popular vote *hint* *hint* Canada, then you disagree with it

  3. Voting is a sham. All presidents are pre-selected. All our ballots go right in the trash.

  4. AWiseGuyDrinkingTea | October 28, 2020 at 11:41 AM | Reply

    Howie Hawkins 2020

  5. Loreen Degenstein | October 28, 2020 at 1:12 PM | Reply

    How about scrutinizing Canada’s electoral set up where 2 provinces decide for all the others! It’s like the most radical provinces control the country!!! SHAME!

  6. The Real Regan Grimey | October 28, 2020 at 2:18 PM | Reply

    Trump won already

  7. Keeps democracy at bay and the small states get a say. Win-win.

  8. seannootherway | October 28, 2020 at 3:01 PM | Reply

    Remember! Its your body. My choice.

  9. So you mean a state with a large population cannot bully and dominate a smaller one? Nice.

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