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•Describe how the Electoral College works, select a presidential election from U.S. history, and discuss the results of the Compare the Electoral College results with the popular vote. •Explain your position regarding the Electoral College and whether you are for or against the Electoral College as it is currently. Be sure to elaborate and explain your rationale for your position. Your initial post must be at least 300 words. If you are citing statistics our outside resources, please list the website or the reference entry

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henryprofessor
School: New York University

Attached.

The Electoral College - Outline
Thesis Statement: A brief exposition on the Electoral College and its role in American
presidential elections.
I.

Comparing the Electoral College results with the popular vote in the 2016 presidential
election

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A rationale against the current composition of the Electoral college


Running head: A DISCUSSION OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE

A Discussion of the Electoral College
Name
Institution

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A DISCUSSION OF THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE

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A Discussion of the Electoral College
The 2016 presidential election was a unique one. The candidate that had the popular vote,
Hillary Rodham Clinton, lost to Donald Trump on account of the Electoral Colle...

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