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US Senate Popular Vote Started 1913

America’s Founders built our system of government with State Rights and Citizen Rights to elect Federal Legislators. “Separation of Powers” was included to balance control between the Federal Executive, Legislative and Judicial. Their model was a Democratic Republic, not a Democracy with majority rule. The current Executive Election has Popular Vote and Electoral College. The  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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What are Term Limits

Term Limits restrict the number of “terms” an office holder may hold office for a specific office. This issue is important to those do not want “career politicians”. Many US Localities and States have Term Limits for a variety of elective offices. Currently, the US Constitution, which pertains to Federal offices, only limits the US  Full Article…

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