Fix bugs in democracy: Electoral College
June 3, 2020, 9:13 pm by Sam Wang
That’s right, we are holding an event for an author who wants to remove it on the grounds that most people come to this site. It’s a great book, filled with important history. To get a universal universal vote will be difficult… but we must build for the future. Jesse Wegman’s new book lays the foundation.
Julian Zelizer and I hosted Jesse to talk about Let the people choose the president: The case abolishes the electoral college. We are co-hosted by the Princeton Gerrymandering Project and the Book of the Labyrinth. Come buy books: email
[email protected] (include your callback number) or call 609-497-1600 # 1 (Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.). You’ll get 10% off, curbside pickup or free NJ delivery and the satisfaction of store support has made tonight’s event possible. It was recorded: See the event here! (you can also see above YouTube)
PS: 294 attendees, a large voter for a warm evening. Nerdy aside: many questions that we do not answer in my upcoming post with Jacob Canter in Review of Harvard Law and Policy, available here. [SSRN]