Linked by Howard Fosdick on Thu 8th Nov 2012 20:12 UTC
Editorial In the United States, state and local authorities are in charge of voting and the country uses more than a half dozen different voting technologies. As a result, the country can't guarantee that it accurately counts national votes in a timely fashion. This article discusses the problem and potential solutions to the U.S. voting dilemma.
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EC can be fixed easily
by WildSubnet on Thu 8th Nov 2012 22:36 UTC
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If each state allocated their electors by congressional district (like Maine does), it would pretty much fix the major problem with the EC and would not require a constitutional fix. Winner take all is pretty silly.

Also, most of the recounts (including a big one by multiple news organizations) found Bush did indeed win Florida.

The EC has one big benefit. It typically makes individual voting issues irrelevant. 2000 being the big exception.

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