👓 Winner-Take-All Electoral Practice Faces Voter-Rights Challenge | Bloomberg

Read Winner-Take-All Electoral Practice Faces Voter-Rights Challenge by Laurel Brubaker Calkins (Bloomberg.com)
Civil rights activists are challenging the legality of four states’ winner-take-all method of allocating U.S. presidential electoral college votes, claiming the practice magnifies some votes at the expense of others and violates voters’ constitutional rights.
This is a very creative way of attacking this problem. We definitely need to restructure our processes and get rid of the Electoral College

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  1. Easy to say when your’re part of the majority. Scary shit to have mob rule when you’re part of a minority ethnic, religious, etc. group.
    Let’s keep the Electoral College while reforming the winner takes all system. The United States is a republic, not a democracy.

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