Do We Need The Electoral College?
The Electoral College votes is counted by the congress and as well as winner-take-all which gives stronger mandate to govern for the winning candidate. The Electoral College has the authority to go against the popular vote in their state, and I do not believe that would be indicative of real Democracy. Itr’s also an outdated system that promotes inequality to the candidates for president.
I believed that Electoral College should be abolished because every vote should have an equal value, which means the winner should be determined by the popular vote. Another reasons why is itr’s undemocratic, and gives small state too much power.
Sadly, many Americans are blind to see the fact that the Electoral College is the means by which present day leaders are elected. Itr’s unquestionably unfair for everyone and there wouldnt be a point for people to vote anymore since the Electoral College violates the political equality because it values some peopler’s votes more than others. These individuals who are part of the electoral institution are solely in charge of electing the President. They cast their vote according to the popular demand, but have the freedom to swing against the popular majority. It should be abolished because it nullifies the peopler’s voice.
In order for the Electoral College to be democratic, everyoner’s vote must equal or counted. It can override the popular opinion of the American people. For an example, American presidential election held on Nov. 7, 2000, in which Republican George W. Bush narrowly lost the popular vote to Democrat Al Gore but defeated Gore in the electoral college.(Levy, Michael).
Most people would say that the Electoral College was supposed to present democracy, but we are a republic based on democratic principles so it would be totally unfair to the popular vote. Also, the word Democracy is not in the Constitution so we wouldnt really have any intention for people to vote for the President who is supposed to represent the Union. Some states have to deal with voting differently than how your state wants you to vote seems undemocratic. Furthermore, I believed that everyone should be able to pick the president as the people of America and viewed as equals.
Joseph S. Nye^ Jr. WHAT NEW WORLD ORDER? he 1991 Persian Gulf War was, according to President Bush, about “more than one small country; it is a big idea; a […]
Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Research Question 1.2 Theoretical Discussion 1.3 Overview of Chosen Phenomenon 1.4 Analytical Discussion Linking Theoretical Concepts to Empirical Observations 2 Conclusion 3 References Introduction Internal relations […]
As the title suggests, liberal democracy has weakness in its system that destroys itself. Brazil’s election came in favor of Mr. Bolsonaro, a right-wing advocate who supports violence, abuse of […]
Social work origins came from several contributions. This includes the Charities Organization Society, Settlement House Movement, Mary Richmond and National Association of Social Workers (NASW) (Ambrosino, R., Heffernan, J., Shuttlesworth, […]
The electoral college is a disaster for a democracy, tweeted none other than Donald J. Trump on November 6th, 2012. Six years later, this disaster of a system helped him […]
The Electoral College was founded as one of the four major compromises within the United States Constitution, founded in 1787. The founding fathers were at an impasse on the decision […]
Time for a change: Electoral College The Electoral College was designed and founded in a time when the United States was far more decentralized than today. When the Constitution was […]
Due to the results of the most recent United States presidential election, controversy has been raised regarding the Electoral College. The Electoral College has performed as intended for more than […]
The Electoral College is the system in place in the United States that is used to elect the president every four years. Created by the founding fathers, the Electoral College […]
The Electoral College votes is counted by the congress and as well as winner-take-all which gives stronger mandate to govern for the winning candidate. The Electoral College has the authority […]