i have a map that shows the Electoral Vote in 1792
it shows each state and has a number in front of it like: NY(12)
how do i figure out how many representatives NY had in the Senate and in the House of Representatives using this map??
Help!! I'm confused. How low can you go? It's possible for a canidate to win the poplar vote (the vote of citizens) yet lose the electorial vote (the votes in the electorial college that accually determine the president). That's because
compare figure 3-1, a map of France's physical features, with figure 3-2, a map of France's agricultural products by district. Then comapre both figures with Figure 3-4, a map that shows the standard of living in various regions of …
which is a better thesis A. Because it has become outdated, the electoral college should be replaced by a system that allows the US president to be elected by direct popular vote. B. Rather than voting for a presidential candidate, …
Who counts the Electoral College vote? A) House of Representatives B) Senate C) State legislatures D) Supreme Court My textbook says "The president of the Senate opens the electoral votes from each State and counts them before a joint