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Nov 04, 2004


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There's also a good post about international observers here.


It's an interesting article, though most of the criticism seems a reflection on the decentralization that is, at least in theory, essential in the system. As far as the Constitution is concerned, the manner in which each state chooses its electors is utterly at the discretion of the state legislature. I don't think that, in theory, a given state has to hold presidential elections at all. You can argue that this makes no sense anymore -- but it's not an accident, it's the way the country was written.

But then, individual states should still get their acts together.

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