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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    Yea

     
     02.23.2016DeleteEditReply 
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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    So much for by the people. We really do not have much say. 

     
     02.22.2016DeleteEditReply 
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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    In states where the electorate is not bound by law to follow the popular vote, do the voters have any legal recourse in, for example, civil court or even federal court, to protest the electorate not following the popular vote?

     
     12.17.2015DeleteEdit1 replies1 repliesReply 
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  •  Anonymous: 
     

    Once the Primary is over. If a candidate does not win in the party they ran in can he/she switch to lets say a different party like Libertarian or some other open party to run against the Republicans and Democrats in the run off?

     
     08.05.2015DeleteEdit1 replies1 repliesReply 
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