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Americans Call for Term Limits, End to Electoral College

Virtually no partisan disagreement on these long-discussed constitutional reforms<p>PRINCETON, NJ -- Even after the 2012 election in which Americans …

Obama's 3 Million Vote, Electoral College Landslide, Majority of States Mandate

The vote count in national elections is never finished on election night. It takes days, sometimes weeks, to count all the ballots in fifty states, …

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Map: Election 2012 Results

After a marathon campaign season, we finally have some numbers. Check out The Daily Beast's map of the Electoral College results—updated live as the …

A Crazy But Rational Solution To Our Electoral College Problem

Let's pretend. Let's pretend that politics doesn't matter, politicians don't matter, history doesn't matter, nostalgia doesn't matter, emotion doesn't matter, habit doesn't matter, romance doesn't matter, prejudice doesn't matter — all that matters is good old rational, mathematical, …

GOP splits as some push for Electoral College changes

Some conservatives are pushing to change the rules of the Electoral College, while other members of the GOP are fighting back. NAACP Senior Vice President for Advocacy Hilary Shelton and MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki discuss.

Will Virginia rig the electoral college for the GOP?

Republicans are looking to change the Electoral College system in battleground states that Democrats won in the past two cycles. Judith Browne Dias of the Advancement Project discusses.

Electoral College Halfway Fixed!

Ever since August 8, 2011, when California became the ninth state to join the National Popular Vote interstate compact (the tenth if you count the District of Columbia), the movement had been stalled with just under half of the electoral-college votes it would take to bring the compact into …