Ryan Koval

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Ryan Koval
Posted over 1 year ago
Direct popular vote should replace the Electoral College.
Hello, Thomas is still using Koval's thing here because I haven't gotten the confirmation email thing. It also ensures that the vote of the educated upper class with actual stakes in the outcome of the elections have a bigger voice in electing the President, thus increasing the credibility of elections and stuff.
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Ryan Koval
Posted over 1 year ago
Direct popular vote should replace the Electoral College.
I'm Thomas Califano. I couldn't log in, so I'm stealing Koval's thing. Here's mah response: The electoral college is very important in our country in that in ensures that, regardless of what the mindless sheep who vote may think is good for the country, there are educated citizens with actually stakes in the government who have a better chance of putting the best guy in charge. If I had my way, we’d use the idea proposed by Alexander Hamilton, where only the people with legitimate stakes in the government can vote. This would ensure that people stay informed and actually learn about the candidates and the issues. Quite frankly, the opinions of the people who know nothing about politics and see voting as a chore are not important and should not be considered serious, as they can greatly influence the country without even knowing why they’re voting for who they’re voting for, or what he even really stands for.
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Ryan Koval
Posted over 1 year ago
Direct popular vote should replace the Electoral College.
@Diana The electoral is made to give all minorities a say in an election. Twenty-Nine states have laws and penalties that vote against the way the people had voted in the election. The electors do take into account the word of the people and try to stay faithful to their decisions.
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Ryan Koval
Posted over 1 year ago
Direct popular vote should replace the Electoral College.
I believe that the electoral college provides an equal say for all people. Twenty nine states have penalties against the electoral college if they do not vote the way the people had voted. Only twice has an election been changed by the electoral college. Honestly the electoral college gives every minority of people a say in the government. Every group has the chance to be represented in the electoral college. So to be honest the popular vote is taken into account during the elections, they just may not be the deciding factor.
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Ryan Koval
Posted over 1 year ago
Should term limits be imposed on Congress?
I believe that term limits should not be imposed on congress because with them it will cause the people of congress to push things through without really taking an in depth look at a bill. These things take a lot of time to be passed ansd with a term limits many things would not even be able to be seen through all the way with the term limits.