Explainer: 'Dueling electors' pose risk of U.S. vote deadlock
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October 16, 20204 min read, 711 words

Explainer: 'Dueling electors' pose risk of U.S. vote deadlockExplainer: 'Dueling electors' pose risk of U.S. vote deadlock

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Published: October 16, 2020  |  4 min read, 711 words
By (Reuters) - In the United States, a candidate becomes president by securing the most “electoral” votes rather than winning a majority of the national popular vote. Known as the Electoral College, the system allots electors to the 50 states and the District of Columbia largely ...
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