The shocker of 2016 wasn't really a shock, researchers found: The closer the race, the higher the chance the Electoral College will land the loser in the White House.
Connecticut would join 10 other states and the District of Columbia in the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
France will elect Macron over Le Pen, because the people won't allow it to be otherwise.
The math just doesn't add up.
While signing the executive order, Trump intimated that many, many more orders were likely to follow.
The solution is simple.
There's a new organization dedicated to eliminating the Electoral College. We spoke to the founder of One Nation One Vote about how he thinks it can be pulled off.
We’ve had a month to digest the shocking results of 2016’s presidential race, and, in spite of Election Night “unifying” remarks
He may be Russia's choice, but without winning an unassailably honest election in America, by Americans, he will not be ours.
Proposed solutions include a constitutional amendment as well as scrapping the winner-take-all rule.