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Beto O’rourke says that there’s a lot of wisdom in calls for the abolition of the Electoral College, as quoted by Hillary Clinton in 2016 loss

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A further in 2020, a Democrat, has been against the Electoral College.

After addressing students at Penn State University on Tuesday afternoon, Beto O’rourke of state Hillary Clinton lamented the failure to the White house, despite winning the popular vote by “a lot of wisdom,” calls for change.

“I think there are many. Because she had published an election in 2016, where the loser got 3 million more votes than the winner,” O’rourke says in a video online.

“It brings some of the States of the play as a whole, they feel like their votes really count.

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To give “if we really want to vote everyone, you all reason to vote, we need to ensure that their votes count and go to the candidate of your choice. So I think it’s a lot of wisdom in it.”

O ‘Rourke’ s support for the potential of the abolition of the Electoral College came a day after sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., pushed a similar proposal.

“Every voice matters, and the way we do, what happens is that we get rid of the national vote, and that means that, the Electoral College,” Warren told an audience at the historically black Jackson State University in Mississippi.

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“I think we have a Constitution in need of amendment, protects the right to vote for every American citizen, and makes sure that the vote is counted,” she said. “We have to muscle a few provinces behind it, and we need to repeal every one of the voter suppression laws that is out there.”

In February, the Democrat-controlled Colorado State Senate, along with other blue countries in a Pact aimed at getting rid of the Electoral College system.

The state Senate approved adding an invoice, Colorado, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. The Pact would be the way, the President picked change as a result of the allocation of each state’s electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote – regardless of how the state votes.

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In theory, the game-changing compact is effective only once, it won symptoms, the States, the votes of at least 270 electoral votes, the threshold to the presidency. With the addition of Connecticut’s seven electoral votes last year, the group now has 172.

Colorado would be in the 13 place of jurisdiction the Pact to join, if the state is also home to it and the state has a Democratic Governor signed it into law.

The uphill campaign, if you are ever brought to maturity, would almost challenge undoubtedly face a court of law. It has renewed attention in the midst of Democrats won grumbling about the Electoral College, winning the President Trump in 2016. While he will vote against Hillary Clinton in the election, he lost the popular vote by 2.9 million ballots.

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The Pact should requirements a circumvention of the constitutional law that created the Electoral College system, which awards in each state electoral vote to the winner of this state.

Others that have joined the Pact, Connecticut, California, Hawaii, Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, Washington and the District of Columbia — all places where Clinton trump defeated in 2016.

Fox News’ Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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