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  why are there so many more ultrarepublican than ultrademocrat states? (search mode)
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Author Topic: why are there so many more ultrarepublican than ultrademocrat states?  (Read 2872 times)
Craigo
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« on: January 29, 2013, 01:55:40 pm »

This is why I don't understand why Democrats are for National Popular Vote and Republicans are against it.

I've always been in favor of a NPV because it makes the most sense ---- Now that  it appears the Electoral College benefits Dems in terms of population, you wonder if these numbers will soon shift?

I just feel like in civilized society it should be one person, one vote. The electoral college system is dumb and outdated.

A presidential campaign needs to be national
The Democrats prefer it because of 2000.

And because the electoral system is antiquated, convoluted, and undemocratic, no matter which party it benefits.
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