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The main problem with the Electoral College is that while electors are supposed to vote according to the outcome in their state, they are not required to do so. And in fact, since the founding of the Electoral College, individual electors have voted against the person the citizens voted for over 80 times.What are some reasons to keep the Electoral College?
Five reasons to keep the Electoral College. The Electoral College restores some of the weight in the political balance that large states (by population) lose by virtue of the mal-apportionment of the Senate decreed in the Constitution. This may seem paradoxical, given that electoral votes are weighted in favor of less populous states.Who benefits from Electoral College?
There are various benefits of using the Electoral College and some of them are as follows. 1. The Electoral College allows the voters to vote for electors with each state permitted a certain number of electors equivalent to the number of representatives in that state in the House of Senate.