Six times in our history the Presidential election’s popular vote winner did not match the Electoral College winner. (Google might say five, but it is actually six; learn why!) Twice the House determined who became president and once the Senate determined the Vice President because no one met the required electoral quota. In this talk learn about how the Constitution provides for settling the question of how the President and Vice President are elected and how the contested elections were settled.
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