America battling with Electoral College

Although there have only been two elected presidents to lose the popular vote but win the electoral college in the past 20 years, the ever changing American climate points to an country where the majority rule. The plethora of views that are represented on the American political spectrum is already so complex, that the two party system has become stagnant and left a lot of Americans wondering, “do these politicians have my best interest in mind?”. As of February 20th Republican Congressional Candidate of NC-9th Mark Harris was found to have used fake votes in multiple counties. The process has proceeded in Harris being allowed a revote. Without the Government having laws to hold these politicians accountable for knowingly rigging the system, the process becomes obsolete. Many of these politicians only attempt to get away with this tacky sort of rigging because they know how many illegals are in the country. The most popular idea is one in which the trade off for allowing amnesty to many of the illegals is used in order for them to be identified. Any illegals after that point that are not registered will be deported because of given opportunity. Recently Son in law to the president Jared Kushner has been working on a way to reshape legal immigration.

— the first is working with a small group studying specific ways to redistribute employment visas and the second is helping lead a series of “listening sessions” with about three dozen interest groups important to Trump to see if there is a position that Republicans can rally around before the 2020 elections.

Immigration will be the biggest target of the 2020 elections that much is certain. When tying in so closely with the topic of election validity, whether it be foreign agents hacking, or politicians stuffing ballot boxes, numerous policies will stem from these immigrants because of the number of votes that will be circulated. Colorado joins 12 other states in a National compact which extends their electoral college votes to the winner of the popular vote by default. Colorado will join California, Connecticut, the District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont and Washington state.

Although this is just the beginning of implementing this type of system, the money allocated into immigration trends increase. This means the money needed to offset illegal immigration is also trending upwards if not handled, implementing an entirely new working class, as automation seems to be a goal for many large companies in America . Many immigrants travel to the United States simply to work so they can send money back to their families, but Republicans tend to lean towards harsh immigration policies. With the allure of replacing a population of entitled Millennia’s and Gen Z with one that simply want’s to work and be left alone I would think that despite Trumps pushes for a border wall, behind the scenes Republicans think they have a serious selling point on Immigration come 2020. As separated as Trump and the rest of the world are on the boarder wall, Republican’s and Democrats seem to share a sense of urgency to fix the United States Immigration problems, in fact former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz whom is running in the 2020 Presidential Election as a Democrat stated the need to move away from the Electoral college system. While Shultz might not win the nomination, much like Bernie Sanders views on Health Care, the idea can become popular without the person in order to make it a normality amongst candidates.


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