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GOVERNMENT CHANGING THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE 1 Government Changing the Electoral College Jean Delois Jackson Columbia Southern University
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GOVERNMENT CHANGING THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE 2 Introduction A lot of state want to see a change in the electoral college as the NTF been allocating to have the split of their electoral votes. Having the Electoral College keep the morals and dignity of the elections and prevent bias for the position of the it probably end up with the House of Representatives would elect president.
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  • Fall '16
  • Mr. Moore
  • Electoral College, President of the United States, United States House of Representatives

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