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James Holzhauer and Susan B. Anthony: The Privilege of Eternal Significance

James Holzhauer won Jeopardy! thirty-two straight times and was poised to take over the top spot on the show’s all-time, regular-play winnings list. That was before Emma Boettcher, a librarian from Chicago, defeated him in last night’s episode. While Holzhauer’s loss is making headlines this morning, another event that happened a century ago today is receiving far less attention than it deserves.

Six Reasons Why Experts Are Arguing for and against the Electoral College

Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren called for the end of the Electoral College at a town hall meeting on Monday.

She said, “Every vote matters, and the way we can make that happen is that we can have national voting, and that means get rid of the Electoral College.”

This left many people wondering what exactly the Electoral College does and if it is truly needed. Even experts are divided on the issue, some believing it is a tired practice, while others believe it is a crucial part of the American political system.

Here are 3 reasons why experts are arguing for the Electoral College and 3 reasons why experts are arguing against the Electoral College:

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Arguments for the Electoral College

How I Felt When I Voted Yesterday

I voted in the midterm elections yesterday. I’m not going to tell you what candidates I supported–this ministry is intentionally as nonpartisan as possible, hoping to reach people of any and all political persuasions.

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