Elector: ‘Disappointing’ to Hear Al Gore Advocate for Ending the Electoral College

‘I think going to a national popular vote would silence so many voices across the country’

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BANERIAN: "It is working. It’s a same he said that. It assures people from small states have a voice in this election process. The state of California, the state of NewY ork, they have large populations, and they have the power to sway these elections, and they do have a voice in this process. California has 55 electoral votes. I think going to a national popular vote would silence so many voices across the country. So it’s really disappointing to hear someone say that. Especially an ex-vice president."

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