1/23/2006 - TM, Chester, NJ writes ...
Baker v. Carr
And as a result, NJ - like most states - is now ruled by a few heavily populated urban areas/cities so that the majority of counties has no effective voice in state government.
In the last election, over 80% of the counties were out voted by just three.
While the electoral college has obvious issues, it does offer fairness to the less populated counties / states.
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