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Martin G. Evans

Picking a president - through the Constitution

By Martin G. Evans
January 22, 2008

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THE MASSACHUSETTS Legislature will soon begin debating the National Popular Vote bill, which would ensure that the Electoral College vote reflects the national popular vote. It might be not be a bad thing if the president were elected by the national popular vote. However, such a change should be made through a constitutional amendment. (Full article: 567 words)

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