If the Electoral College was not part of the Constitution, many small states would not have ratified the Constitution, and we would not be one nation today. Massachusetts, for example, would not have given up their authority in 1787 to states like New York and Virginia. That compromise cannot be erased today just because the will of the larger states is to take compete control of the federal government beyond the advantage they already have in the House of Representatives. We must recognize even the least populated states as a region and not just its people but its statehood as well.

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Save the Electoral College is dedicated to the education and preservation of the Electoral College and its importance to the relationship between the people and the states that create the United States of America.