Election Campaign Agreement

Here are the facts of how the candidates actually wiped the votes of the 95 million people living in the dozens of divided battlefield states: Note: The number of votes declared is for the 2012, 2016 and 2020 elections. DC is considered a report for the purposes of this graph. Here`s what the map of the United States looks like, which is based on the number of election campaigns in 2016 (the missing states were not entitled to election campaigns): if there was a tendency for candidates to ignore big cities or ignore rural areas, we will see evidence of this trend in the way campaigns are conducted today in a dozen very divided “battlefield” states, in which presidential campaigns take place. In addition, five of our 45 presidents took office on the basis of the statutes of the win-take-all state, without having won the most popular votes in the country. The 2000 and 2016 elections are the latest examples of elections where a second-place candidate won the White House. Near failures are also common in the current method of taking state-by-state voting. A postponement of 59,393 votes in Ohio in 2004 would have been elected by John Kerry, despite President Bush`s national leadership, with more than 3,000,000 votes. Only 9 of the 25 smallest states (with 7 votes or less) were eligible for general election campaigns. New Hampshire, Iowa and Nevada attracted attention because they were tightly separated battlefield states.

Maine and Nebraska (which allocate votes by district) received some attention, as only one of their districts was divided in close collaboration. New Mexico received some attention (only from the Republican campaign) because former New Mexico Governor Johnson ran for president and it seemed that his strong support from the home state could make the state competitive. Utah received some republican attention because the McMullin candidacy was able to make the state competitive. Here is a map of the United States with the size of the states based on the number of campaign events in 2012. This is how candidates see the voters concerned (and their themes). Note that 38 states are missing in total: similarly, in 2016, almost all campaign rallies (94%) were held in the 12 states where Mr. Trump`s support was between 43 and 51 percent. Two-thirds of the events (273 out of 399) took place in only 6 states (OH, FL, VA, NC, PA, MI).

For more information on how a national presidential campaign would be conducted, see this memo. Only 2 of the 13 smaller states (with 3 or 4 votes) received one of 399 general election campaigns.