What do Presidents Trump, George W. Bush, Harrison, Hayes, and John Quincy Adams have in common? All were elected President of the United States without receiving the majority of the popular vote. Voters will recall the 2016 and 2000 elections as the most recent examples.
By Anna Hoffman Few things about this election feel familiar, but as always there is a new batch of voters turning 18 and participating in their first presidential election. The members of this la
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