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How Nebraska and Maine split Electoral College votes

There’s long been debate over what to do about the Electoral College. Two states, Nebraska and Maine, got rid of the winner-take-all approach and allow the state’s Electoral College votes to be split if a candidate wins the popular vote in a congressional district.

Harvest Public Media’s Elizabeth Rembert explains.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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