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US News Hillary Clinton belongs to the US electoral college in New York State

03:40  29 october  2020
03:40  29 october  2020 Source:   musikexpress.de

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The former secretary of state told CNN's Anderson Cooper in September 2017 that she believed the Electoral College needed to be eliminated, and said, "I'd like to see us move beyond it." Clinton had also called for an end to the Electoral College after the 2000 election , when former Vice President

Senator-elect Hillary Rodham Clinton began a victory tour of upstate New York Friday by calling for elimination of the Electoral College . At an airport news conference, the first lady said she would support legislation seeking a constitutional amendment providing for the direct election of the president.

Hillary Clinton, the loser in the 2016 US presidential election, claims to be a member of the electoral college that will elect this year's winner. She is running as an election woman for the state of New York, Clinton told SiriusXM radio station on Wednesday. "I'm an election woman in New York." In the USA the president is not elected directly by the citizens, but by the members of the so-called Electoral College.

Die Demokratin Hillary Clinton gehört nach eigenen Angaben dem sogenannten Electoral College an, für das sie im Bundesstaat New York den Sieger der US-Präsidentschaftswahl wählen wird. © TIMOTHY A. CLARY According to her own statements, the Democrat Hillary Clinton belongs to the so-called Electoral College, for which she will elect the winner of the US presidential election in the state of New York.

The state of New York provides 29 of the total of 538 voters. The 538 voters in turn are elected by the citizens at the state level. A US presidential candidate needs at least 270 votes to enter the White House.

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Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton appeared to signal support for a more " We have to hope that whoever ends up being nominated can win the Electoral College ," she said in Denver, according to The Hill. In both states , Biden’s seen his numbers tumble since the summer.

New York (CNN) Hillary Clinton told CNN on Wednesday that it is time to abolish the Electoral College , part "I believe strongly that in a democracy, we should respect the will of the people and to me, that means it's time to do away with the Electoral College and move to the popular election of

On the program "Signal Boost", Clinton was confident that she could give her vote to the Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and his runner-up Kamala Harris. "I'm sure I'll vote for Joe and Kamala in New York, so that's pretty exciting," said the former US Secretary of State and presidential candidate.

They don't think incumbent Donald Trump will win the November 3rd election. "I can't see him getting re-elected after the damage he's done, and I can't imagine another four years of this abuse and destruction."


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The Electoral College is a controversial institution in the USA. Through the electoral college, a candidate does not need to get a majority of the nationwide votes. It is possible for a president to be elected by a majority in the Electoral College without the majority of the votes cast.

This has happened five times in US history, the last time four years ago: At that time, Clinton received around three million votes nationwide than Trump; the Republican won a majority of 304 votes in the electoral college.

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