Electoral College

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The Electoral College should be removed from the electoral system. The Electoral College should be absent because it is not valid and trust worthy.

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Nakkera, SelarraOct 7,2008 History PositionPosition- The Electoral College should be removed from the electoral system. The Electoral College should be absent because it is not valid and trust worthy. The Twelfth Amendment was introduced to the constitution in December 9, 1803 and deemed necessary in June 15, 1804. The Twelfth amendment states that the president should be decided by using the Electoral College. What that means is that each state has a set number of electoral votes, but some have more then others. When the votes are in, the popular number of votes within that state t

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