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waving flagPosted on December 18, 2016

clinton-aloneAs much as we don’t want to admit it, Hillary did win 2.8 million more votes than Trump. But when you break down those votes, it’s clear to see why we have the Electoral College. All those votes were contained in one state. ONE STATE. If we decided elections based on popular vote, we would have the president California wants. All. The. Time. Maybe now liberals will understand the importance of the Electoral College…..probably not, though.

Hillary’s margin of victory in that state was 4.3 million votes – or 61.5 percent

And therein lies the rub.

The purpose of the Electoral College is to prevent regional candidates from dominating national elections.

California is now a one-party state. There were zero Republicans running for statewide office and no GOP candidates in nine of California’s congressional districts. At the state level, Investor’s Business Daily reports, six districts had no Republicans for the state senate and 16 districts had no Republicans for the state assembly.

Clinton was going to win California’s 55 electoral votes, so Trump didn’t campaign there. If you take California out of the total, Donald Trump won the popular vote by 1.4 million.

Here’s the real break down:

Number of states won:

Trump: 30

Clinton: 20

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Trump: +10

 

Number of electoral votes won:

Trump: 306

Clinton: 232

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Trump: + 68

Ave. margin of victory in winning states:

Trump: 56%

Clinton: 53.5%

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Trump: + 2.5 points

Popular vote total:

Trump: 62,958,211

Clinton: 65,818,318

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Clinton: + 2.8 million

Popular vote total outside California:

Trump: 58,474,401

Clinton: 57,064,530

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Trump: + 1.4 million

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Comments on: "WHY WE HAVE THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE: Hillary’s Popular Vote Came From ONE State" (1)

  1. …and I also read that in California somewhere around 1 million non citizens voted

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