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How can we get rid of or replace the electoral college? It was originally for protection of U.S. citizens, against politicians, right?


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What is the Electoral College?
The Electoral College is made up of 538 electors who cast votes to decide the President and Vice-President of the United States. When voters go to the polls on Tuesday, they will be choosing which candidate receives their state's electors. The candidate who receives a majority of electoral votes (270) wins the Presidency. The number 538 is the sum of the nation's 435 Representatives, 100 Senators, and 3 electors given to the District of Columbia.
How does the Electoral College work?
Every four years, voters go to the polls and select a candidate for President and Vice-President. In all but two states, the candidate who wins the majority of votes in a state wins that state's electoral votes. In Nebraska and Maine, electoral votes are assigned by proportional representation, meaning that the top vote-getter in those states wins two electoral votes (for the two Senators) while the remaining electoral votes are allocated congressional district by congressional district. These rules make it possible for both candidates to receive electoral votes from Nebraska and Maine, unlike the winner-take-all system in the other 48 states.
How are the electors selected?
This process varies from state to state. Usually, political parties nominate electors at their state conventions. Sometimes that process occurs by a vote of the party's central committee. The electors are usually state-elected officials, party leaders, or people with a strong affiliation with the Presidential candidates.
Do electors have to vote for their party's candidate?
Neither the Constitution nor Federal election laws compel electors to vote for their party's candidate. That said, twenty-seven states have laws on the books that require electors to vote for their party's candidate if that candidate gets a majority of the state's popular vote. In 24 states, no such laws apply, but common practice is for electors to vote for their party's nominee.
What happens if no one gets a majority of Electoral College votes?
If no one gets a majority of electoral votes, the election is thrown to the U.S. House of Representatives. The top three contenders face off with each state casting one vote. Whoever wins a majority of states wins the election. The process is the same for the Vice Presidency, except that the U.S. Senate makes that selection.
Can you lose the popular vote and win the electoral college vote?
Yes, a candidate could lose the popular vote and win the electoral college vote. Thishappened to George W. Bush in 2000, who lost the popular vote to Al Gore by .51% but won the electoral college 271 to 266.
When does the Electoral College cast its votes?
Each state's electors meet on the Monday following the second Wednesday of December. They cast their votes then, and those votes are sent to the President of the Senate who reads them before both houses of Congress on January 6th.
Why does the Electoral College matter?
The Electoral College determines the President and Vice-President of the United States. The Electoral College system also distinguishes the United States from other systems where the highest vote-getter automatically wins. This so-called "indirect election" process has been the subject of criticism and attempted reform, though proponents of it maintain that it ensures the rights of smaller states and stands as an important piece of American federalist democracy.

Jul 23, 2018 | The Computers & Internet

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Would like to find an address in adelaide


If you know the name and they have a phone it will be in the phone book, if not and they are voting it may be found in the electoral roll.

Dec 03, 2017 | Computers & Internet

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I AM IN S/A. IF I HAVE THAT DETAILS ....WHERE DO I START LOOKING. ANY HELP OUT THERE???


main city librarys in S/A
capital city government departments S/A
census records
births deaths marriage records offices
cemetery when open..... have grave site directories
electoral /voting roll archive centers
ancestry .com is world wide
http://www.ancestry.com/

Jun 08, 2016 | The Computers & Internet

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How to cancel my deceased husbands account. Deceased's name is Thomas J Miller.


Publishing both your name and your husband's, and the fact that he is deceased, is not a good idea - can lead to identity theft or other problems. As for your question, contact the organization or site with which he has an account. They will have a procedure.

I’m happy to help further over the phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/donald_f2ed37026a3ac881

May 09, 2016 | Computers & Internet

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How do i search for friends


You could go to facebook and just type in the names of people that you were once in contact with. It is fairly straight forward but you may need to trawl through all kinds of photos and details.
You could search for alumni of your previous educational institutions school/college. Here in the UK we can search telephone directories and, to a limited degree, electoral rolls through 192.com. Such may be available to you also through similar websites.
You could just put the names and former locations of your friends in google or bing , this sometimes throws up results.
It can be good to see GOOD old friends.
Good Luck

May 29, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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I have lost my voter Id so pls give me sollution, i live in orissa ,dist-ganjam,town -berhampur,pin-760001


Hi,

The first thing that you need to do is to file an FIR in the local police station. After filing an FIR, you need to to take a copy of the FIR. Along with the form 002 the copy of the FIR must be attached. One needs to submit Rs. 25 to the local Electoral Registration Office as penalty.Other than the FIR copy of the missing voter ID card there are other documents that need to be carried like the passport, ration card, driving license, pan card etc.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Feb 24, 2011 | Facebook Apps

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How to apply online voter id card


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Voter ID cards are issued by the Election Commission.

You can look for announcements in the papers for issue of fresh ones in your area. They always announce the date and venue area-wise to apply for the card. You can take with you an identity card like bank pass book, license or passport and approach them on the appointed date.

There is no shortcut or alternative in this regard and this is done specific to each state, so you must contact the commission in your home state.

Good luck!!
EJ Kudelka

Nov 20, 2010 | Health & Beauty

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I want to shot down a deceased person account


You have to options:

Memorializing the account: http://www.facebook.com/help/contact.php?show_form=deceased
You can report the account to Facebook so that it can be memorialized. Memorializing the account removes certain more sensitive information like status updates and restricts profile access to confirmed friends only. Please note that in order to protect the privacy of the deceased user, we cannot provide login information for the account to anyone. We do honor requests from close family members to close the account completely.

Removing the account:

Immediate family members may request the removal of a loved one's account. This will completely remove the account from Facebook so that no one can view it. We will not restore the account or provide information on its content unless required by law. If you are requesting a removal and are not an immediate family member of the deceased, your request will not be processed, but the account will be memorialized.


Hope this helps.

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