The US Constitution requires a census every 10 years. The census is mandatory because it affects the numbers of seats each state occupies in the U.S. 273 more words
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I think voting allows the expression of opinion and gives some level of control or freedom which humans tend to like, anyway.
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I would prefer to keep the Electoral College the way it is if, ideally, the electors did not vote based on party affiliation and to unquestionably follow along with the popular vote—which seems to happen more often than not.1 The Electoral College always had an important purpose—and still does since “The original idea was for the most knowledgeable and informed individuals from each State to select the president based solely on merit and without regard to State of origin or political party”.2 Perhaps the issue is not the Electoral College, and it may have more to do with the fact that we have only two major parties instead of allowing other parties to form when necessary—more than a handful may create instability, though, but it would help if all citizens felt that they fit in somewhere.
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