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Think Tank Takes: Electoral College was Framers' antidote to popular vote

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Article II of the Constitution gives states broad authority to decide how their electoral votes are selected and divided among the candidates. In 48 states, the candidate who gets the most votes wins all of the state's electoral votes. But the Constitution doesn't require that rule. Maine and Nebraska have implemented district-by-district voting. One electoral vote goes to the winner in each...

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