Electoral College
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The Electoral College is the way in which American Presidential elections are decided. Each state, based on their total number of memers of Congress, and their two Senators, are delegated a certain number of votes in what's known as the Electoral College. In late December, after the last presidential election, the Electoral College formally meets in order to cast votes. Some states have laws mandating that "electors" vote based on the popular vote winner of their state.