【English BlogNo.3523】 ■ If the electoral system of the US Presidential Election was "total number of votes won" instead of "total number of electors", neither Bush (junior) in 2000 nor Trump in 2016 was President!
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■ If the electoral system of the US Presidential Election was "total number of votes won" instead of "total number of electors", neither Bush (junior) in 2000 nor Trump in 2016 was President!
Please see the table below for the number of votes of the main candidates in the "US presidential election" from 2000 to 2020.
Number of votes and winners of major US presidential candidates
Democratic Party Gore 51 million votes * Winning if "acquisition vote system"
Republican Bush Jr. 50.5 million votes won
Democratic Party Kelly 59 million votes
Republican Bush Jr. 62 million votes won
Democratic Party Obama 69.5 million votes won
Republican McCain 59.9 million votes
Democratic Party Obama 65.9 million votes won
Republican Romney 60.9 million votes
Democratic Party Clinton 65.8 million votes ** Winning if "winning vote system"
Republican Trump 62.9 million votes won
Democratic Party Biden 74 million votes + winning
Republican Trump 70 million votes +
Looking at the table above, we can see two things.
One is that there were two candidates who were not elected as "President" despite the large number of "votes" in the six US presidential elections between 2000 and 2020. Understand.
They are the 2000 Democratic Gore candidate and the 2016 Democratic Clinton candidate.
The second is that if the "winning vote system" had been applied, the "Democratic Party candidate" would have been elected in all six presidential elections from 2000 to 2020.
That is, if "the decent electoral system" had been applied in the US presidential election, neither Bush Jr. nor Trump would have been President.
In particular, in the 2000 presidential election, Democratic candidate Gore won more "electors" through the "electoral system of time error" despite having more than 500,000 votes in total than Republican Bush (junior) candidates. It was "significant" that Bush was elected.
In Florida, the Republican stronghold, Bush's younger brother, Jeb Bush, served as governor and carried out various elections for Bush's advantage, resulting in only 537 more votes than Gore. He was elected "President" by "gathering 29 electors" alone.
Unsurprisingly, Gore asked the Federal Supreme Court to "recount votes" in Florida, but a conservative federal Supreme Court judge who supported Bush 5-4 issued a "political decision" and Gore. He rejected the request for "recounting votes".
"The electoral system" which has been used in the US presidential elections for more than 240 years since the independence is a "two-party system" by electing "The President from the Republican Party" which is disadvantageous in "the voting system."
This is "the time-wrong bogus and fake system".
If the Democratic Party candidate Gore had been elected President in the 2000 Presidential Election, "the 911 US Simultaneous Terrorism", "the Afghanistan Invasion War", "the Iraq Invasion War" and "the subsequent Syrian Civil War" which President Bush (Junior) and his crews had planed and forced would not have happened.
At last, there is a concrete movement to change to an election system in which the people directly choose the President based on the "number of votes won" instead of the "total number of electors"!
There is a growing movement in the United States to decide the winner of the Presidential Election based on the total number of votes obtained nationwide, not on the number of electors obtained on a state-by-state basis. So far, 15 of the 50 states and the capital Washington have agreed.
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