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The balance of power in the Electoral College

Title: The balance of power in the Electoral College
Category: /Law & Government/Government & Politics
Details: Words: 1212 | Pages: 4 (approximately 235 words/page)
The balance of power in the Electoral College
Question Examine the operation of the Electoral College in Presidential Elections. Consider the view that a candidate who doesnít win California canít win the Presidency. In what ways has the balance of power in the Electoral College shifted in recent years. The Electoral College system is a long and complicated process, I have explained it below in fine detail. Each state is allocated number of Electors equal to the number of its Senators(…showed first 75 words of 1212 total…
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…showed last 75 words of 1212 total…in the Electoral College system has changed because of the shift in population and the shift in Electoral College votes and it is now possible for Democrats to win traditional Republican areas and the other way round. Also a balance of power has changed as Electoral College votes have been lost by the mid-west and have been gained by the sunshine states allowing them to have more control and power over who is elected President.

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