Picking up from yesterday . . .

(“According to a new poll, 55% of Americans favor abolishing the Electoral College.  Unfortunately, because of the Electoral College, 55% is less than half.” — Seth Myers)

. . . here is Why Every Argument For Preserving The Electoral College Is Wrong.

And here is how we fix it — the National Popular Vote Compact.  We’re up to 189 of the needed 270 votes.

We’re getting there.

(But as I’ve mentioned in the past: don’t worry!  Each state would still have two senators, so the sparsely populated, overwhelmingly white, states would still have far more than their proportional share of power overall, and a disproportionate say in the composition of the Judiciary Branch.)



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