Does Your Vote Count? The Electoral College Explained
Here in the U.S., we use an electoral college system to elect our Presidents. Because it's not a straight majority-rules system, the candidate that wins the popular vote doesn't always win the election. So it begs the question, is the electoral college fair? And does your vote count anyway?
In this video, seasoned attorney, Bobbie Anne Flower Cox, explains all of this, and more...
This is a must-watch video for everyone, especially with the presidential election coming up in November!
After you finish watching this video, check out my other video on the electoral college which talks about why our founding fathers chose this system, and what it protects us from: How Does the President Get Elected? The Electoral College: https://youtu.be/uB_nEA6tDKg
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Note/disclaimer: This video does not contain legal advice nor does it establish an attorney/client relationship. This video is for informational and entertainment purposes only. All views expressed in this video are my own views, and tips, insights, and suggestions may not work for everyone.