One Person, One Vote


In reality, the Florida Supreme Court ordered only the undervotes, votes that were never counted even once for president be handcounted.

The U.S. Supreme Court ordered that count be stopped.

The country (nearly) abolished the Electoral College in 1969. After the House voted 338 to 80 to abolish the Electoral College, the matter turned to the Senate, where 54 senators supported the change but they fell six votes short of ending a filibuster.

The history of the vote in America is a history of conflict, of struggling for the principle of one person, one vote. In an election, every vote must count, and every vote must be counted.

Bob Jacobs, Payson

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