National Popular Vote

Under the Electoral College system, not all votes are of equal value but are instead proportional to the number of representative in Congress a state is afforded. This means that determining the value of an individual vote is left to the political process rather than simply keeping all votes equal. Four times in our history, the electors have chosen the candidate who actually placed second in the popular vote four times in our history, the electors have chosen the candidate who actually placed second in the popular vote.

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