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DateDateMarch 27, 2006
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QuoteText"That the Electoral College has “worked” in all but one election since 1888 isn't a good enough reason to stay with the status quo. The college has a perverse impact on campaigns. With no incentive to compete in states that are predictably red or blue, candidates concentrate on the battleground states—only 13 of them in 2004, down from 24 in 1960. That's not the national campaign voters deserve."
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How to drop out of the Electoral College by Star Tribune editorial board (Star Tribune, March 27, 2006) (view)