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Your Vote and the Electoral College

Election Day is about a month away. And while candidates fight for your vote, it's important to know what happens after you cast it. In the U.S., the public doesn't vote directly for a presidential candidate. The process, as laid out by the founding fathers, is a little longer and more complex. USAGov can help you understand where your presidential vote goes after you pull the lever on Election Day.
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