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Opinion: There are innovative legal ways to get the Electoral College to reflect the popular vote

The Electoral College officially votes Monday, which will finalize President-elect Joe Biden's win over outgoing President Donald Trump. But with two of our past six presidential elections going to candidates who lost the popular vote -- George W. Bush in 2000 and Trump in 2016 -- the Electoral College has increasingly become a source of controversy. While it is exceedingly unlikely that we will abolish the Electoral College altogether, there are legal options that could minimize its impact and create a system that hews more closely to the national popular vote in determining winners of future presidential elections. [Source]

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