Are electoral colleges still viable in the US?

BY MARVIN KUSHABA In the 2000 US Presidential    Election, Vice President  Al Gore received 543,000 more votes than  his rival, George W Bush, then   governor of    Texas. But when   the election and legal disputes were over, Bush was declared the winner. In a repeat of history this November, Hillary Clinton won the popular vote and lost in the electoral colleges, so Trump emerged the winner. Contrary to popular belief, Americans do not vote directly for their president and vice president. Instead, they operate an electoral college…

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