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But usually, the results wouldn't change.

The measure is now halfway to its goal of electing future presidents via the popular vote.

People don't like the electoral college. Here's one idea on how to change it.

A new poll shows nearly as many Americans prefer awarding votes by congressional district as prefer the winner-take-all method. But that doesn't mean the GOP effort can or will work.

Republicans haven't broken 300 electoral votes in 25 years. Here's how they can.

Virginia is the first state to move on changing how it awards electoral votes. Here's what that would mean.

If all 50 states awarded electoral votes by congressional district, Mitt Romney would be president, Richard Nixon would have beat John F. Kennedy, and Gerald Ford would have tied Jimmy Carter.

What you need to know about the GOP effort to award electoral votes by congressional district.

If historical trends hold, it could be a tough 2016 and 2020 for Republicans.

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