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 In U.S. presidential elections, the Electoral College, composed of electors from each state, decides who becomes president. Voters in each state will vote for president, and each state awards its electoral votes to the winning candidate. However, this system is flawed and can lead to disenfranchisement, as seen in the map above of the 2016 election.

Electoral college infringes upon democracy

Daniel De Beer, Opinions Editor: Online
February 2, 2021

Biden

Sal Cerrell, Co-Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online
October 30, 2020
   Co-Deputy Editor in Chief: Online gives an argument for why each candidate  should get elected.

Arguments to vote for both candidates

Sal Cerrell, Co-Deputy Editor-in-Chief: Online
October 30, 2020

Yes

Daniel De Beer, Opinions Editor: Online
October 30, 2020

No

Mia George, Features Editor: Online
October 30, 2020
The multicultural background of vice presidential nominee differs heavily from those who came before her.

Bigger than politics: the merit of Harris

Jasmin Taylor, Sports Editor: Online
October 30, 2020
Unequal coverage of candidates blinds voters

Unequal coverage of candidates blinds voters

Polina Dashevsky, Opinions Editor: Print
October 30, 2020

Trump

October 30, 2020

Biden

October 30, 2020
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