Would it be a terrible thing if candidates for President of the United States had to campaign in more than 11 states of the union?
On what Noah misses: the continuing debate about the electoral college

It would be terrible if instead of campaigning strongly in a number of swing states (which membership changes over time), candidates only campaigned in a handful of massive urban centers like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, and New York City as a National Vote would encourage thus breaking one purpose of the Electoral College to promote campaigning more broadly throughout the country than its big cities.

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