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Supporting America

America needs our support! If we don’t get busy, America will be a Communist Country run by the current “Oligarchy of Elites”. So, what can we do: MISSION Our immediate Mission is: A) Honest Elections; B) Voter Turn-Out ; and C) Freedom, Liberty, Justice, Rule of Law and State Rights . Anything else may be  Full Article…


Why The Electoral College Exists

For those people who fell asleep in civics class… There are 3,141 counties in the United States. Donald Trump won 2,626 of them. Hillary Clinton won 487. There are 62 counties in New York State. Donald Trump won 46 of them. Hillary Clinton won 16. Yet Hillary Clinton won the popular vote by approx. 1.5  Full Article…


The Electoral College And The Census

If you are wondering why Democrats made such a big issue about the proposed “Are You A Citizen” question on the census, this is why. The population of each state determines the number of Representatives in Congress each state can have and thus determines the number of electoral votes for the state. Electoral votes are  Full Article…


Is The Electoral College Outdated

Many Democrats feel the Electoral College is outdated and that Federal Elections should be based solely on the popular vote. Conversely, many Republicans feel the Electoral College is essential to preserve State Rights in Federal Elections based on our Democratic Republic foundation (which is not majority rule). The issue revolves around preserving the US Constitution’s  Full Article…

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Who Created The Electoral College

The Electoral College was included in Article II, Section 1, Clause 2 of the US Constitution to Elect the US President. There is also a Popular Vote but the Electoral College vote determines who will be the President. The Electoral College is comprised of the same number of Electors as currently exist in the US  Full Article…

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