Actually the last time was in 2012
Actually the last time was in 2012 when the Republicans were making a case that if the electors…
Bill Anderson
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My apologies if it was unclear, I was referring to someone winning the popular vote but losing the election.

The link you referenced is interesting though, particularly for the way it is phrased: “vote-rigging”

My understanding is the bill was proposing to break down the electoral college from a state level to a district level, is that correct? If so, that would be on the scale level closer to the popular vote than the current system. So why calling it “vote-rigging” back then if the very same people now use the popular vote as an argument to delegitimise the 2016 election?

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