The Easiest Way to Fix the Electoral College (or why we should all move to Wyoming)
Chris Chuter

Our apolitical, bipartisan supreme court would have handily cleaned up the tie and ruled with the populous in mind and everything would have been fixed, right?”

Minor correction. In the case of a tie at the Electoral College, the decision then falls to a vote in the House of Representatives, not the Supreme Court. (The USSC was involved in the 2000 election because of the Bush v. Gore lawsuit over recounts, not because of any tie in the EC. There was no EC tie in 2000.)

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