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Electoral voting system is unfair

West Fargo Electoral votes are unfair. What if one candidate gets 51 percent and the second gets 49 percent in California? Then they get absolutely no credit when they still got a lot of votes. And what if almost everyone in one state votes, and ...

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Electoral votes are unfair. What if one candidate gets

51 percent and the second gets

49 percent in California? Then they get absolutely no credit when they still got a lot of votes.

And what if almost everyone in one state votes, and almost everyone doesn't vote in another state? Or what if most of the population in one state is kids and in another state there are barely any kids?

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As you see, electoral votes are completely unfair, and I hope someday either me or anyone else changes it. It could help the country a lot if we just counted up all the votes and whoever has the most wins. It would be fairer and easier.

Roehrich is a fifth-grade student at Westside Elementary School.

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