Registered voters in the State of Michigan, U.S.A.

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Jurko, Tibor Laszlo
... to Jurkowski, Angela Maria

Jurkowski, Arlene Marie
... to Jurmanovich, Christina Kay

Jurmanovich, Joseph Louis
... to Jurmu, Michael John

Jurmu, Michele
... to Juroff, Caroline L

Juroff, Carrie Ann
... to Jurries, Amy Joy

Jurries, Arik Kristopher
... to Jursek, Gerald Robert

Jursek, Gerald Robert
... to Jurva, Leland Keith

Jurva, Leland Keith
... to Jury, Christin Marie

Jury, Christin Marie
... to Jury, Kyle Wallace

Jury, Laura
... to Jury, Timothy Norris

Jury, Timothy Norris
... to Jusi, Loren Evon

Jusi, Loren Evon
... to Juska, Brandi Jo

Juska, Brandi Jo
... to Juskusky, Carol Marie

Juskusky, Donald Michael
... to Just, Kevin Michael

Just, Kristen Nicole
... to Justema, Mallory Anne

Justema, Margaret Ann
... to Justian-Thompson, Edna Joann

Justic, Brittney Marie
... to Justice, Antonia

Justice, Antonia
... to Justice, Bruce Carlton

Justice, Bruce Carlton
... to Justice, Christina Rena

Justice, Christina Rena
... to Justice, David Jeffrey

Justice, David Jeffrey
... to Justice, Elaine Ann

Justice, Elaine Marilyn
... to Justice, Grace Ann

Justice, Grace Ann
... to Justice, Jared Lee

Justice, Jared Lee
... to Justice, Jessica Lisa

Justice, Jessica Lisa
... to Justice, June Marie

Justice, Justin Eugene
... to Justice, Larry Lee

Justice, Larry Lloyd
... to Justice, Mark Edward

Justice, Mark Edward
... to Justice, Michelle Danielle

Justice, Michelle Genee
... to Justice, Philip Daniel

Justice, Phillip Daniel
... to Justice, Ryan John

Justice, Ryan John
... to Justice, Susan Marie-Alagna

Justice, Susan Mary
... to Justice, Velma Melissa

Justice, Velma Melissa
... to Justick, Richard Leonard

Justick, Russell Joseph
... to Justin, Frederick James

Justin, Fred James
... to Justin, Maryanne Evans

Justin, Maryanne Evans
... to Justin, William Joseph

Justin, William Joseph
... to Justus, Adam Howard

Justus, Adam Howard
... to Justus, Janice Eileen

Justus, Jason Robert-Joseph
... to Justus, Sabrina Sue

Justus, Sandra Kay
... to Juszczak, Charles Barton

Juszczak, Mieczyslawa
... to Juszczyk, Samantha Alyssa

Juszczyk, Samantha Alyssa
... to Jutila, Arthur John

Jutila, Arthur John
... to Jutras, Jason Michael

Jutras, Jason Michael
... to Juve, Emmalee Jane

Juve, Jane Elizabeth
... to Juzswik, David Leonard

Juzswik, Doris Marie
... to Jwad, Thikra Jamil

Jwad, Vanessa Ameer
... to Jylha, Zachery Wyatt

Jylkka, Benjamin P
... to Jyung, Jin B

Keep The Electoral College

     The Electoral College is based on a constitutional provision, Each State shall appoint, in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct, …. The problem is that State legislators have abdicated this responsibility by leaving the selection of electors to the same bunch of clods who elected the legislators: To borrow from Mad Magazine, the usual gang of idiots. They don’t care if the candidate will adhere strictly to the Doctrine of Enumerated Powers, a cornerstone of this federal republic. A majority are so ignorant they have no idea what the Doctrine of Enumerated Powers is.

     If the election of President was anything more than a beauty contest, Donald John Trump never would have had a chance. Folks who like the political positions Trump holds would have selected a candidate with similar views, but somewhat qualified. (Mike Pence comes to mind.) President of the United States is not an entry-level job in politics.

     State legislatures should appoint a board to vet the candidates. The office should seek the candidate, not the candidate, the office.

     It was for good reason that United States Senators were picked by State legislatures and not the voters. Senators were there to represent the interests of State governments.

     The House of Representatives is there to represent the people. That is why their terms are set at two years, while the senators have terms of six years, staggered so that a temporary mood swing would only affect one-third of them.

     Increase the House of Representatives to the constitutional maximum of one representative for every thirty thousand inhabitants, and give each representative one staffer in Washington, D.C. and one in the Congressional district.

     Expanding the House of Representatives will reduce the disproprtionate power of small States such as Delaware, with three electoral votes. Delaware has two senators, and so does California, but the proportion of each State’s Congressional delegation consisting of senators would be far less. The benefits of a larger House of Representatives would far outweigh the cost of remodeling the Capitol.