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Every 4 years our country makes an incredibly important decision We vote for the person who will represent the US in all domestic and international affairs The President Currently we have many troops in Iraq fighting to help them establish a democracy We are giving the citizens a right to vote a privilege that many people claim we are lucky to have In actuality how democratic is our system overall What many people dont realize or care to face is we dont directly vote for our president In 2000 the majority of us voted for a President who in the end was not determined the winner There are many other corruptions in our current electoral system including the underlying racist and sexist roots voter inequality and other flaws that go against every true democratic principle The only solution and the only way this country could be truly democratic is to abolish the Electoral College The way a winner is found in most every level of professionalism high school government elections mayoral elections even governor elections is by counting the votes and the candidate with the most wins However the Electoral College the method in which we choose the most important position President is an indirect way of voting This means that when Americans go to the poll every 4 years to vote for our President their direct votes is not what determines the outcome The very make up of our election system is flawed Every state has electoral votes that are equal to their representation in Congress which is based on population Every state is promised at least 3 votes this way After each census the numbers are adjusted accordingly However censuses do not occur as frequently as elections They occur during the first year of each decade versus every four years we hold an election Elections that take place during census years use the census for the decade prior So in 2000
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