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View Diary: Stop saying Republican electoral-vote rigging is constitutional. It's not. Here's why. (193 comments)

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  •  I would think not. (0+ / 0-)

    Because that person's vote is counted equally with all other person's voting in that election.

    In the Electoral College system, a voter in a smaller state actually has a higher impact. That generally isn't commented on because the small states tend to be highly polarized (a.k.a. gerrymandered), but is true nonetheless. So actually NPV is an equalizer when compared to the EC system.

    "What could BPossibly go wrong??" -RLMiller "God is just pretend." - eru

    by nosleep4u on Tue Jan 29, 2013 at 02:26:04 PM PST

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