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This is an example of how the electoral college works during the election in 1984

An electoral college is a group of people who are chosen to elect a candidate to a particular office (job). The electors usually have one vote each. Often each elector represents a particular organization or entity. Many times, though, the electors are simply important people whose wisdom would ideally make a better choice than a larger group of people. The electoral college can ignore the wishes of a general membership.

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Sal teaches Grover about the electoral college

Sal teaches Grover about the electoral college
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