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Pam Wilmot

Amendments aren't needed - it's up to the states

By Pam Wilmot
January 22, 2008

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THE WAY we elect the president of the United States is broken because the presidential election is decided by a handful of closely divided "battleground" states such as Ohio and Florida. Meanwhile, voters in more than two-thirds of the states, including regularly blue states such as Massachusetts and regularly red states such as Indiana, are ignored in the contests. Moreover, ... (Full article: 551 words)

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