How to take back your country

How to take back your country

Do you know why, long before

California gets to count their votes,

the election is called?

Did you know that it takes

362 Californian voters to equal 1 (one) voter in say,


Governor Matt Mead of Wyoming Political party Republican!

Congress of Wyoming Republican party!


Governor Jerry Brown of California Political party Democratic!

Congress of California Democratic party!

in the Electoral College?

Now take that same math


apply it to every state

east of the Mississippi river.

O.K. my friends

How to end the person or people

now in control of your Lives


and the only way.

Take your weapon



cast out the enemy

(Governors and Congress)

that have a stranglehold on the property

(You’re Country)

Dump or improve

the antiquated

rules and regulations

(Electoral College).

Electoral College Summary

Votes cast by the people of the United States — known as the “popular vote” — are used to choose the president and vice president “indirectly” through the Electoral College.

Popular votes cast in the presidential election are actually being cast for a number of electors. Each state gets a number of electors equal to the state’s number of representatives in the House and Senate.

There are a total of 538 electors.

The candidate winning the most popular votes in a state gets all of that states electoral votes.

The first candidate to win 270 or more electoral votes is elected.

It is possible for a candidate to lose the popular vote and still be elected president by the Electoral College. Four presidents have been elected in this manner: John Quincy Adams in 1824, Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876, Benjamin Harrison in 1888 and George W. Bush in 2000.

2017 tramp over our real president!

How The US Electoral College System Works

Who Really Elects the President of the United States?

Updated February 15, 2017.

The Electoral College is not really a college at all. Instead, it is the important and often controversial process by which the United States selects the President of the United States every four years. The founding fathers created the Electoral College system as a compromise between having the president elected by Congress and having the president elected by the popular vote of qualified citizens.

Every fourth November, after almost two years of campaign hype and money, over 90 million Americans vote for the presidential candidates. Then, in the middle of December, the president and vice president of the United States are really elected by the votes of only 538 citizens—the “electors” of the Electoral College System.

How the Electoral College Elects the President

When you vote for a presidential candidate, you are really voting to instruct the electors from your state to cast their votes for the same candidate. For example, if you vote for the Republican candidate, you are really voting for an elector who will be “pledged” to vote for the Republican candidate.

If the members of the Electoral College. do not cheat.

Do They Cheat?