Is this what we want?

On July 6, 2006, in General, by Neil Stevens

In Mexico, the President is elected by a plurality of the national popular vote. Well, in their recount, the difference between first and second is 0.57% of the popular vote.

Do we REALLY want to have national recounts, with people in one state accusing each other state of fraud, back and forth, fingers pointing and shouts rising? Or do we want to keep the current system, where each state legislature is entrusted with ensuring that each individual states’ wills are represented?

I know my choice. Count me with the Constitution.


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