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one more question sorryy xD
The process established by the Constitution for electing the president.
A popular vote
B primary election
Cthe Electoral College
Im thinking C but this question i don't get so can you please explain it please

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  1. come on guysss this is my last question XD

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  2. C is correct.

    http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/about.html

    posted by Ms. Sue

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