A team of international election experts with the Organization of American States has issued a report after observing the U.S. election. It found no evidence of a rigged system, but suggested changing the Electoral College system.
A team of international election experts with the Organization of American States has issued a report after observing the U.S. election. It found no evidence of a rigged system, but suggested changing the Electoral College system. OAS
A team of international election experts with the Organization of American States has issued a report after observing the U.S. election. It found no evidence of a rigged system, but suggested changing the Electoral College system. OAS

International observers recommend U.S. change its ‘unique’ Electoral College system

January 19, 2017 7:20 PM

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