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TJ Wrote: Then how can that be addressed ? We need to tailor our approach.
I honestly don't know outside of finally doing away with the outdated Electoral College system. Small and rural areas have far too much say in the direction of our country. One person, one vote is a great saying, but sadly it isn't true.
That, and figuring out a way to change a primary process that gives the smallest states the biggest say in who each party's nominee will be.
Sorry to anyone who lives in Iowa or New Hampshire, but you don't speak for all Americans. And the state who has over ten percent of the total population in the United States (California) never gets to have a say in who either nominee will be until the race is long past over. Am I the only one who finds that a little unfair?
We have to change the process to switch things up. I don't know if that means a national primary or mixing up which states go when every four years to give all states some type of say in things.