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The constitution calls for the President to elected by electors from the states. It allows the state legislatures to decide how to choose its electors. Probably most of the framers expected the legislatures to elect the electors rather than holding a popular election to choose them.

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The framers of the constitution wanted the president to be elected by the citizens. This is what they believed would result to equal participation by all the people.

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