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2012 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, Questions and answers

2012 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, Questions and answers “Our Constitution is in actual operation; everything appears to promise that it will last; but nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes.”     Benjamin Franklin Reprinted from Citizen Wells December 13, 2008. Presidential Election ELECTORAL COLLEGE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q: What is the Electoral College?: A: The Electoral College was established by the founding fathers as a compromise between election of the presidentRead More


2008 US Presidential Election, Electoral College, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Law, State Election Laws, State officers, State Election Officials, Judges, US Supreme Court Justices, Democratic Disaster, Questions and answers

“Our Constitution is in actual operation; everything appears to promise that it will last; but nothing in this world is certain but death and taxes.”     Benjamin Franklin Presidential Election Electoral College Questions and Answers Q: What is the Electoral College?: A: The Electoral College was established by the founding fathers as a compromise between election of the president by Congress and election by popular vote. The people of the United States vote for the electors who then vote for the President. Read more Q: Frequently asked questions: A: Read moreRead More


2008 election, Obama not eligible, States have power to challenge, US Constitution, US Supreme Court, Federal Election Law, State laws, Secretary of State, Election Boards, Congress, Electoral College, Berg Donofrio Wrotnowski lawsuits, Hold accountable

The founding fathers set up guidelines for presidential elections and laid out the rules in the US Constitution and subsequently Federal Election laws. There are two aspects that stand out about the rules. First, the eligibility requirement for president is defined. But even more clear than presidential eligibility, the powers given to the states are clearly defined. The states are given control of the election process through the vote by the Electoral College Electors. The state election laws vary widely and regardless of how explicit and detailed they are written,Read More