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SACRAMENTO / Stanford professor stumps for electoral alternative -
2006-07-24 22:16:03 GMT
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From the page: "A Stanford University computer science professor has come up with an idea to circumvent the more than 200-year-old Electoral College system and institute a national popular vote to elect the president of the United States. The proposal by John Koza, who also invented the scratch-off lottery ticket, is receiving serious consideration by lawmakers in several states."
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