If You Think the Electoral College is a Bad Idea You Don’t Understand the System

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Following Donald Trump’s stunning presidential win last Tuesday there’s been a plethora of discussion about the pertinence and viability of the Electoral College, with some frustrated Americans calling for a new or amended electoral system.

Much of the consternation surrounding Trump’s win centers on the fact that, though he crossed the 270 electoral vote threshold needed to secure the presidency, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton actually won the popular vote.

So, with so much frustration — angst that has led to nationwide protests in the streets — we decided to ask author and attorney Tara Ross, a supporter of the Electoral College system, why America’s Founding Father’s chose that system, and why she believes it’s the best way to select U.S. presidents.

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