Electoral College 3
Updated: 7/28/2020
Electoral College 3
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  • FOR
  • It balances between a dangerous democracy where majorities rule and federalism that focuseson spreading out the power. Candidates must keep theirfocus on the entire country; campaigning just in highly populated areas will not get them enough electoral votes to win.
  • AGAINST
  • FOR
  • It also narrows thelarge pool of potential candidates to the men and women that are best suited for the position, so even if a president loses the popular vote, which is a rare occurrence, he is still qualified for the job.
  • AGAINST
  • FOR
  • That was most enlightening,Ms. Wilkes and Mr. Peterson. Please give us your closing arguments.
  • AGAINST
  • FOR
  • The Electoral College may not be simple, but its complexity makes it effective. With so many checks and balances within the voting system itself, the Electoral College is another check on government and politics to ensure that no one person or group gains too much power and authority.
  • AGAINST
  • FOR
  • AGAINST
  • Just because something is around for a long time doesn’t mean that it is right. The Founders created our government to be changed by the people in changing times. That time is now. Every state in the U.S. has proposed changing the Electoral College already. What are we waiting for?
  • ElectoralCollegeDebate
  • That ends today's
  • Created by Andi Bradsher
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