Bernie could become President without the Popular Vote — Market Mad House

U. S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) could become president — even if most Americans vote against him.

The U.S. Constitution requires a majority in the unelected Electoral College, not the popular vote, to become President. In fact, America has elected four presidents without a popular vote.

In 2016, for example, Hillary R. Clinton (D-New York) won the popular vote by 2.9 million votes. However, Donald J. Trump (R-New York) won the Electoral College; and the White House, by a…



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Daniel G. Jennings

Daniel G. Jennings is a writer who lives and works in Colorado. He is a lifelong history buff who is fascinated by stocks, politics, and cryptocurrency.