Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she would like to change the Electoral College at Stanford University on Monday.
During the Q&A portion of the program, Ginsburg said, “Some things I would like to change – one is the Electoral College.”
According to Politico’s reporting, Ginsburg did not provide any details how she would change the Electoral College, which is the system laid out in our constitution for electing a president.
Many Democrats are upset with the Electoral College as it resulted in Donald Trump winning the presidential election despite receiving fewer voters than Hillary Clinton.
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