Electoral College 1
Updated: 7/28/2020
Electoral College 1
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  • ElectoralCollegeDebate
  • Created by Andi Bradsher
  • - Whose side are you on? -
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  • Welcome to today's Electoral College Debate, featuring political historian Megan Wilkes and political scientist John Peterson.Let's begin with Affirmative's opening statements.
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  • The Electoral College is an important part of United States history and government that has lasted for centuries. It was designed by the Founding Fathers to give all people an equal say in choosing their president.
  • AGAINST
  • FOR
  • Each state is given a certain number of electoral votes based on population; not on location, geographical size, or any other factor that could give particular states unfair representation.
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  • Every citizen of the United States over age 18 can participate in choosing their national leader on Election Day, ensuring that the president is chosen by the people.
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  • Particular states do have unfair representation under the Electoral College voting system. For example, “safe states” are states that have a reliable tendency to vote for a certain party.
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