Despite losing Tuesday's presidential election, Hillary Clinton appears to be on pace to win the popular vote, an ironic twist in an election in which her opponent repeatedly said the system was rigged against him.
By Associated Press
Here's what happened when no candidate appeared to have a majority after Election Day.
A lesser-known part of the Electoral College's history: its relationship to slavery in the U.S.
By Sam Weber, Laura Fong
Four times in U.S. history, the winner of the nationwide popular vote has lost the Electoral College and the general election. But a proposal called the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact would automatically allocate participating states' Electoral College votes to…
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's acrimonious battle for the White House is barreling toward the end.
By Brady McCombs, Associated Press
Aversion to Donald Trump has soared in Utah.
By Meg Kinnard, Associated Press
A look at the ins and outs of the Electoral College and how its role could be even more scrutinized this year.
Examining the Electoral Map, President Obama's Arguments for a Second Term…
Presumptive presidential candidates Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama both claim that they can redraw the electoral map this year by courting voters from the other party's traditional base. Political analysts Stuart Rothenberg and Amy Walter discuss the 2008…
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