Yes it is, as long as you have the right age to vote your vote counts in the Electoral College System by one simple vote there can be many outcomes.
There are two types of elections in the United States. The electoral college chooses the President. Every other elected position is through the direct popular vote. In this type of election the candidate with the most votes wins.
Flaws in the electoral system began to appear in 1796. The system, at that time, resulted in the President and Vice President being from different political parties.
No, the vote for president is called the popular vote and that does not count. When you cast your vote for president, you are actually voting for the electors to vote for the president.
The electoral college system for electing the President is part of the US Constitution and so is quite difficult to change. Without any changes there is considerable leeway on how states choose their electors. Furthermore, it is not at all obvious that the system should be abolished. There are many objections to a direct election . No one has come up with an attractive alternative.
Electoral Collage... this system established by the Constitution to elect the president.
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the electoral college works like this the convention delegates settled on a system in which each state legislature would choose a number of electors. The electoral college would select the president and vice president.
The founding fathers wanted everyone (well, property owners and white men) to be able to vote for the president and the vice president, but did not trust the system, so they put the electoral college in to have the final say on the election.
The purpose of the Electoral College is to vote for the president.