For the fifth time in history, the U.S. elected a president who did not win the popular vote.
That’s led to calls to dismantle the Electoral College, the constitutional system that apportions votes to presidential candidates based on their wins in each state.
But opponents have an uphill climb.
Here’s a look at how to end the Electoral College—and why it’s not as simple as it sounds.
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