The Electoral College sparks furious debate, but it isn’t the root of the problem.
The problem is called winner-take-all, and it’s sickening our country. Here's how:
New from the MEVC Blog
Michigan Democrats and Republicans believe that a national popular vote would benefit both parties in their state.
University of Michigan Law Review: Electoral College Model allows “presidential candidates to focus their campaigns on a small percentage of voters from a tiny number of swing states while disregarding the needs of the rest of the nation.”
Ignoring voters causes democracy to fail.
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MEVC Plays Hardball
May 25, 2018
Making Every Vote Count board member Jim Glassman went on Hardball with Chris Matthews Friday, May 25, to explain why there's growing momentum behind the idea of choosing the president by popular vote.
Jim's interview illuminates why the way we select presidents now leaves millions of Americans as bystanders to the political process, and how a popular vote for president would make every vote, truly, count.