Elizabeth Warren Wants To Abolish The Electoral College

Robert Valencia
Mar 22, 2019 - 5:00
Elizabeth Warren Wants To Abolish The Electoral College

Democratic Senator of Massachusetts and 2020 presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren has a pretty ambitious plan: abolish the Electoral College. During a CNN town hall in Mississippi’s Jackson State University on Monday night, the legislator answered an array of questions from host Jake Tapper and the audience. She addressed the importance of reparations from slavery, expanding voting rights for former felons while promoting online voting registration, and early voting. She also discussed what some might consider her most radical idea. “Come a general election, presidential candidates don’t come to places like Mississippi, they also don’t come to places like California...

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One Reply to “Elizabeth Warren Wants To Abolish The Electoral College”

  1. Just on this platform alone she may have my vote; my prayer is that she would make good on her promise. She does not strike me as someone who would change their mind once elected.

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