These 14 states want to get rid of the Electoral College and let

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Since the 18th century, the United States has used the Electoral College, made up of 538 individual electors, to elect its presidents instead of going by the popular vote. The Electoral College has recently come under scrutiny after two presidents in the last 20 years won the Electoral College despite losing the national popular vote. 14 states and the District of Columbia have joined a movement to bypass the Electoral College and join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, in which member states pledge to give all their Electoral College votes to the winner of the popular vote. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Since the 18th century, the United States has used the Electoral College, made up of 538 individual electors from 50 states and the District of Columbia who
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