Originally Posted by tk13
You aren't. Their vote counts as 1 vote, just like a person living in a big city does.
That would be true if it were a straight majority vote for the overall election. But it isn't.
To go with your argument, CA's votes should not count any more than KS's votes but they get 49 more EC votes.
I am just tossing out a theory that tries to meet that middle ground between the current EC and straight majority vote.
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