A lot of the political stuff in this country is pretty mundane, and it’s also pretty complicated.
That’s the point of this blog.
But the point is that we all need to be able to understand how things work, and how to make sense of them.
So here are some things to think about, and some of the best ways to think through the world we live in: The Electoral College There are actually two Electoral College systems in the United States, and they are fairly different.
The first one is called the popular vote system, and the second is called Electoral College system.
The popular vote is a popular vote that, in most of the United State, is proportional.
Under popular vote systems, the popular votes of the states are divided evenly between the candidates, with each candidate receiving a plurality of the popular-vote vote.
The two candidates then go head to head for the presidency.
In this system, candidates get 50 percent of the vote in each state and 50 percent in the district they are from.
A candidate that receives less than 50 percent support in a state will not be able run for the office in that state.
This means that if a candidate loses a state and a district, they cannot win the popular election there.
However, if they are able to win a state or district, then they are considered to be the candidate with the most popular support in that particular state.
That candidate then takes the office.
If a candidate does not win a popular election in their state or District, then that state or area is called a “toss-up,” and they will be considered to have won that state and/or district by a margin of two-to-one.
That’s why the popular electoral vote system has a relatively small impact on presidential elections.
However: In addition to not being a popular ballot, the electoral college system is also the only way to pick the next president of the US.
In other words, it’s a very large portion of the way we elect our president.
And that means that the election of a president has a much more significant impact on the way things are done in Washington, DC, than it does in any other place in the country.
Electoral College system for states, district, and country So, what is the Electoral College?
Well, it is a system that divides the votes in every state into two parts.
In theory, the votes are then divided equally between the two candidates, and those candidates are then sent to Washington, D.C. to face off in the presidential election.
Now, in reality, this isn’t a very fair system.
In fact, it may even be the reason why our country is currently in a political stalemate: because the Electoral State of Virginia is currently being contested, it currently has an unusual number of electoral votes.
Virginia is one of the six states that is currently not participating in the popular popular vote.
Because of this, there is no way to determine how much the popular and electoral vote are equal, and thus, which candidate is going to win the state.
The result is that Virginia has more electoral votes than it has popular votes.
That has resulted in the Democrats winning the state for the first time since 1984.
But it doesn’t have to be that way.
There is another way to resolve this issue, and that is the “states-and-counties” system, which involves a number of states that each have one representative in Congress.
If a state has more than one representative, the number of representatives in Congress becomes even more difficult to predict.
As of 2018, there are roughly 538 representatives in the US Congress, and in this election cycle, Democrats are holding a narrow majority in the House of Representatives.
So if the Democrats win Virginia, they will control the House by a mere 270 votes, which would give them a majority of 435.
This would allow them to take control of the Senate, the House, and all 50 state houses.
For Republicans, though, the scenario is much more complicated.
The Electoral college system also doesn’t guarantee that a candidate will win in the states, so there is a fair amount of uncertainty in determining who is going up against whom in the general election.
This uncertainty can be mitigated somewhat by the fact that there are multiple ways that the popular ballot can be counted, and there are even different versions of the electoral system for different states.
According to the latest count, the winner in Virginia will be Donald Trump.
If that happens, that would be the first Republican president in more than a century.
However, the election is going on right now, and Trump’s chances of winning are looking very good.
Trump is currently polling at around 60 percent support nationally, and as of Friday morning, his lead had shrunk to only 4 points.
Trump’s current lead is a far cry from the