Pros And Cons Of Election Districts

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America is a Republic (Representative Democracy), not a Democracy in the full sense of the word. Our nation is a system of government that gives citizens a chance to elect the top Government officials. Citizens elect Government officials, however they cannot vote on legislation. Through Electoral College 538 electors can cast votes to vote for who they want the president and vice president of the United States to be. Including, in order to give one political party an electoral majority in a large number of districts. While concentrating the voting strength of the opposition in few districts as possible, election districts must be divided this is called gerrymandering. When voters go to the polls, they choose which candidate receives their state’s
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