2 edition of Parties in the United States, presidential elections and manner of conducting them. found in the catalog.
Parties in the United States, presidential elections and manner of conducting them.
W. C. Howells
Written in English
Fisher copy available in an online version via the UTL Canadian Pamphlets and Broadsides digital collection.
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The small states (those with three or four electoral votes) are not ignored because they are small, but because almost all of them are noncompetitive one-party states in presidential elections. The battleground state of New Hampshire received 13 of the post-convention campaign events in , while the 12 other small non-battleground states. The country as envisioned by George Washington was to have no political parties. The good of the country on the whole was to be the total and unselfish goal of all. Even the electoral college was idealistically set up to elect the best man with the most votes as president and the second best, runner-up was to be vice-president.
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