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      Electoral College

The Electoral College is perhaps more of a mystery to more Americans than anything else about how we choose our Presidents. Whether it is a worthwhile institution in modern times is discussed actively every four years right around election time. But, to our knowledge, nothing ever gets done about replacing or supplanting it. The following links are to sites we have come across which provide a tremendous amount of information about the Electoral College. We are interested in learning more about the institution and what its prospects for the future may me. The General Election of 2008, for better or for worse, will be ruled by it.

National Conference of State Legistatures: The Electoral College An Overview, Updated October 27, 2004
Origins of the Electoral College, by Randall G. Holcombe
The Electoral College: Reform Proposals in the 108th Congress Thomas H. Neale, Government and Finance Division
US National Archives and Records Administration