The electoral college is not a place, but a Constitutional process. Under Article II of the Constitution, each state appoints electors equal to the number of votes the state has for representatives and senators. Each state determines its own method for the selection....
Passed in 1961, today is the anniversary of the 23rd Amendment. The Amendment allows D.C. to appoint electors to the Electoral College, as Congress so directs. Article I §8 of the Constitution gives Congress exclusive control over the seat of government. D.C....
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