Are you for against your state throwing out your vote and giving all of its electoral college votes to the national popular vote winner?
Why would any state agree to that scheme?
- abdulLv 79 months agoFavorite Answer
Against it. The electoral votes are supposed to represent the voters in each state, not the national majority which will always be high population states like NY and CA.
- SkyLv 79 months ago
- Spock (rhp)Lv 79 months ago
no. and my state legislature won't agree to that anyway.
- u_bin_calledLv 79 months ago
this is really just one more thing to get people angry and not talking about jobs, the economy and national security...
the ones who have fought most against Electoral College reform have been the establishment Democrats who worked so hard to lock down group-think voting blocs in densely-populated urban area precisely so that they could out-vote the rest of their state's populations...
look at the voting map of Illinois, for example....Hillary won 10 or 11 of the state's 102 counties... think any of these "reformers" would want to go back and give Trump 8 of Illinois' 20 Electoral votes in the name of "fairness" and "a better reflection of the popular vote?"
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- SallyLv 79 months ago
Wow are you confused.
- fatboysdaddyLv 79 months ago
I am against it. It would let the most populist state dictate who wins every time.
- audreyLv 79 months ago
- Anonymous9 months ago
Yes that would be a disenfranchisement
- MarkLv 79 months ago
Yes... and plus, "the designee" for you in the electoral college doesn't even have to vote the way the majority of voters' way.
- Justin ThymeLv 79 months ago
I'm against California and NY picking the President every 4 years.
- PaladinLv 79 months ago