Effects of a Deadlock in the Electoral College

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Effects of a Deadlock in the Electorjal College

The election of the President is thrown into Congress, by the terms of the Constitution, whenever it happens that no candidate receives a majority of the total number of electoral votes. Twice in the history of the United States a President has been chosen by the House of Representatives. The last occasion ...

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