Tag: electoral college

Henry Kenza van Assenderp: Should We Eliminate the Electoral College?

Should we eliminate the Electoral College used in presidential elections and replace it with the popular vote? Before we begin to answer that question, we will have to tackle others about the Electoral College. Does...

Marco Rubio: ‘Everybody in This Country Has Lost Their Minds on Politics’

After the mob of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol on Wednesday, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., spoke on the Senate floor to discuss the certification of the Electoral College votes.
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Florida Delegation Reacts to Pro-Trump Mob Storming Capitol

In one of the most dramatic and disgraceful days in recent American political history, the Florida delegation reacted as a mob of supporters of President Donald Trump stormed the Capitol and interrupted the counting of the Electoral College votes as incoming President Joe Biden readies to head to the White House later this month. 

Barney Bishop: An Open Letter to Joe Biden; Slow Down and Allow State Ballot...

Just after Election Day as the Mainstream Media (MSM) continued to boost the chances of Joe Biden winning the presidency, the former vice president began to talk to the country calling for calm and healing. Now, he is saying that Donald Trump’s unwillingness to concede the election is “an embarrassment.”

Barney Bishop: Joe Biden’s Presidency is Illegitimate–and 70 Million Americans Know It

As we all know, the media is not the final arbiter of who is president.  The Electoral College, that entity that the Democrats have despised for four years and threatened to abolish, is one of the final steps in certifying the election after the individual states certify their vote totals. And, of course, there’s always that pesky little group called the Supreme Court of the United States which may still have a role to play.
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Presidential Election, Proposed Amendments Front and Center in Florida on Election Day

The stakes could not be higher in the Sunshine State with its 29 electoral college votes.