reply to post by Janky Red
Strangely enough, Bush would have won 2000 and 2008...I can only call it gerrymandering as someone mentioned earlier. A number of states do not have
an equal number of constituents in their congressional districts. Florida, for example, is really out of whack and would have to completely redraw
their districts to be even in their number of constituents; 4 million voted for McCain, 4.2 million voted for Obama. The state went to Obama but if
you break it down by district McCain would've had more electoral college votes.
While I stand by my previous push for restructering the states electoral college voting, a number of states would have to even out their districts
Edit: I completely forgot to take into account the number of districts each state has gained since 2000 compared to 2008. My numbers for 2000 are
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