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2010-08-17 15:47:03
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The electoral college. The electoral college was created at the founding of the USA. It was the electoral college, not the voters, who elected Benjamin Harrison and George W. Bush (2000) president of the United States of America.


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United States citizens are responsible for voting. Individuals who are in the United States on visas can't vote in elections.

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Secret ballot voting was first introduced in the United States in 1888.

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District drawers in the United States use physical maps. They are responsible for creating voting districts for the elections across the nation.

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Richard Johnson was the only vice president to be elected by the United States Senate. He was one vote away from having the majority electoral vote, so the Senate was responsible for voting him in.

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No, mandatory voting would never work in the United States.

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