Explain the positive impact of the Electoral College and defend why the Electoral College should rem

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Explain the positive impact of the Electoral College and defend why the Electoral College should remain as it is currently. Be sure to include both the pros and the cons of keeping the Electoral College as it is currently. Electoral College is defined as a percentage of people that represents the states US, who cast votes for the election of the president and vice president. The positive impact that comes with Electoral College who ever run the house in the state of senate can dictate who wins the election. The smaller states do have a bigger advantage of winning since they get the privilege of having more votes casted for them since they are not as big as other states. It produces a clear winner by creating a clear winner even if he/she doesn’t get the most popular votes. “In 1968, for example, Nixon received only 43% of the popular vote, but won the election by getting 301 votes in the Electoral College, according to Posner”. This also goes back to those 3 branches helping separate each power.

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