Is The Electoral College Delicate To Vote For The President?

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When an individual decides to vote for the up coming election for the president of the United States of America they are in fact not voting for a candidate but for an elector instead that will cast your vote in your place instead. Although some might believe that they voted for the next president, 538 electors will make the vote. The method of selecting an elector to vote for the president instead of individuals choosing the president through their own vote is a system known as the “The Electoral College”. According to “We the People: An Introduction to American Politics” an electoral college is defined as “ the electors from each state who meet after the popular elections to cast ballots for president and vice president”. The Electoral College was accepted under Article II of the United States…show more content…
An individual vote should be counted. (another word for according) to the 14th amendment that states “”, meaning that the citizens of the United States need “fair representation”. Because of the Electoral College, it is not (another word for happning). This (another word for misinterpretation) has been (another word for proven) in at least two elections and people are getting (another word for fed up) with the failure of democracy. The Declaration of Independence states, “Whenever any form of government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the right of the people to alter or abolish it, and to institute new government”. The Electoral College (another words for as it stands) today, has become (another word for detrimental) to liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. As an American citizen, it is our (another word for duty) to (another word for fight) for our right to fair representation. In a fair democracy, everyone’s vote should be counted equally but he method that the United States uses to elect its president using the Electoral College violates the
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