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obviousley, by stealing the election. just try not to get killed, and then people will fake that your still alive.

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A politician running for US President wins electoral votes by securing a majority of electoral college votes (270 out of 538). Each state is allocated a certain number of electoral votes based on its representation in Congress. Winning a state's popular vote typically results in winning all of its electoral votes, except in a few states. Therefore, a candidate needs to campaign and win the popular vote in key battleground states to accumulate enough electoral votes to win the election.

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