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Michael Badnarik - U.S. Constitution 101 - Elections

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Michael Badnarik: A philosopher, author, and polymath, which means he is an expert in many different subjects. Michael ran for President of the United States and won the Libertarian Party’s nomination in 2004.His name was on the ballot in 48 states and Washington, D.C.

The thing that excites Michael the most is sharing his wealth of knowledge with otheres. Tonight Michael is going to share the facts about our elections.

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United States Elections

  • What does the U.S. Constitution say about our elections?
  • What is the Electoral College?
    • How are Electors Selected?
  • The role and control given to political parties - Do they have too much power over our elections?
  • Absentee Ballot Voting vs Mail in Ballot Voting - What are the risk for the 2020 elections
  • Voter Fraud - How prevalent is voter fraud? 
  • What is Ballot Harvesting?
  • What happens if the Presidential election results are challenged?
  • Elected Offices - Federal
    • President
    • Vice President - Separate Election?
    • House Representatives
    • Senators
  • Elected Offices - State
    • Governor
    • House Representatives
    • Senate
    • Local
    • State Attorneys General
    • State Attorneys
    • Judges
    • City Mayor and Council Members
    • County Mayor and Council Members
    • Schoolboards

U.S. Constitution