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If, let's say, no one bothered to vote in the general election, then the states would be forced to decide another way to chose their electors. (There is nothing in the Constitution that says the states need to hold a popular election to chose electors, just that the legislatures must decide).
originally posted by: FamCore
originally posted by: Tiamat384
a reply to: thepixelgarden
What exactly would happen if not a single person voted for say, President of the USA?
I'd LOVE to know.
But you know the politicians would have some backdoor deals and cast their votes (or have their cronies cast their votes) so they still get the outcome they want