There are new rallying cries to get rid of the Electoral College – which would take an amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
The debate as to whether we need an Electoral College has intensified after Hillary Clinton won over 2 million more popular votes than Donald Trump.
Grassroots campaigns have sprung up around the country to try to persuade members of the Electoral College to deny the presidency to the clear Election Day winner.
Over time, more than 700 constitutional amendments to change the electoral college system have been proposed. But perhaps because the electoral college normally does track the popular vote, its would-be reformers have rarely gained much traction.
What if the election ends up as a tie in the Electoral College? With this crazy election, it's not as unlikely as you might think. But, nor are landslides.