A popular-vote/Electoral College split?
Hey, who’s up for another 2000 election — or 1876 ... between the outcomes of the popular vote and the Electoral College, but color me skeptical: Partisans still hoping that their candidate will build a clear lead in the presidential contest are ...
In Defense of the Electoral College
The fact that Bush is poised to become president without a plurality of the vote contravenes neither the letter nor the spirit of the Constitution. The wording of our basic law is clear: The winner in the Electoral College takes office as president.
Impeachment Addiction Affliction: Pipe Dream, Meet Fool's Errand
Because exile shreds the last electoral mandate, there must be considerable, if not majority ... President Biden. That's redemption, for sure, plus sending the message no Democrat is safe, whatever his rhetorical and military ferocity. One result is clear ...
Column: Imagine no electoral college — it’s easy if you try
Another year, another election ... the majority in Oklahoma decides where all of our electoral votes go. This is all thanks to the bizarre and uniquely American system we call the “electoral college.” If we elected the president by popular vote ...
What Happens if There Is an Electoral Vote Tie
It’s the morning of Wednesday, November 7, 2012, and every major news outlet is reporting that for the first time in nearly two centuries, there is a tie in the electoral vote ... one of them for President; and if no person have a majority, then from ...