When candidates lose the national “one man, one vote” election but win the presidency anyway – does the US Electoral College need reforming?
When candidates lose the national "one man, one vote" election but win the presidency anyway – does the US Electoral College need reforming?
Twice, in the span of sixteen years, the President of the United States has NOT been the person who ran for office and won the national popular vote for that position. This week on the Forum, historians and participants review local and national politics to discuss whether the American electoral college needs reforming.
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The Forum is a radio show on KMUZ FM dedicated to including you in lectures, interviews, and forums of public interest to the mid-Willamette Valley. Topics include the environment, public policy, science, and general public affairs.
The Forum is produced by Stella Shaffer and Melanie Zermer.
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