The Democrats insist there was no issue with the 2020 election, so why do they suddenly want to radically change election methods?
The Electoral College was designed specifically to prevent the tyranny of big states over small states, as was the U.S. Senate, which affords all states, large and small, equal representation.
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Yet, if we did away with the Electoral College in favor of the national popular vote, the election would still be decided in a handful of states — populous states such as California and New York. Even though both of those states are deep blue, the GOP candidate would still fish in their waters, because swinging 1 or 2 percent into the red column would be worth more than swinging 1 to 2 percent in a smaller state. Voters in small states, such as Connecticut, would be permanently and completely disenfranchised.
Moreover, candidates would campaign in big media markets (which, of course, are in big states) in order to reach as many potential voters as efficiently as possible. This would favor media personalities and celluloid campaigns. Candidates would never have to meet voters one-on-one, as they do currently in small swing states. (The Hill)
There are also motions afoot to make D.C. and Puerto Rico states – in order to tip the scales in favor of the Democrat-Nazi party: Washington Post reporting, ‘Democratic control of Senate put D.C. statehood front and center.’
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Co-sponsors of resolution to abolish Electoral College. (Several Reps. from NY & CA, which would ultimately decide elections).@ZoeLofgren (CA)@RepAnnaEshoo (CA)@janschakowsky (IL)@RepBrownley (CA)@RepPeterDeFazio (OR)@EspaillatNY (NY)@RepGaramendi (CA)@repjimcooper (TN)
— Kyle Becker (@kylenabecker) January 12, 2021
None of the people on this list surprise me, but DeFazio and Cooper doing so would render their two states totally and completely irrelevant. Presidential candidates wouldn't see a point to come to either of their states in a campaign fashion again outside of primaries https://t.co/NaOmoqFYlr
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) January 12, 2021
What happens without the electoral college when California submits 100 million votes and the supreme court wont take it up and the state officials find no wrong doing?
— Rosie Peterson (@RosiePe02974235) January 12, 2021
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