08.11.2016 US Election Day

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Trump or Clinton?

A little ride into the past:

Election No. 10 (1824) No candidate having received a majority of the Electoral Vote for President

(by now, under terms of the 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, Electors voted separately for President and Vice-President: John Calhoun had already received a majority of the Electoral Vote for Vice-President), the U.S. House of Representatives, voting (by State- and not as individual Congressmen) on a single ballot, elected as President John Quincy Adams, who had finished second to Andrew Jackson in the Electoral Vote for President.

 

http://www.thegreenpapers.com/Hx/PresidentialElectionEvents.phtml

 Be ready for surprises, delievered by  the deceiving Neptune and the nasty DragonTail.

Good luck to the American people!

 

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