Skip to main content
ad info

 
CNN.com AllPolitics
  Editions | myCNN | Video | Audio | Headline News Brief | Free E-mail | Feedback  

 

  Search
 
 

 
POLITICS
TOP STORIES

Analysis indicates many Gore votes thrown out in Florida

Clinton's chief of staff calls White House over vandalism reports

Gephardt talks bipartisanship, outlines differences

(MORE)

TOP STORIES

India tends to quake survivors

Two Oklahoma State players among 10 killed in plane crash

Sharon calls peace talks a campaign ploy by Barak

Police arrest 100 Davos protesters

(MORE)

MARKETS
4:30pm ET, 4/16
144.70
8257.60
3.71
1394.72
10.90
879.91
 


WORLD

U.S.

LAW

TECHNOLOGY

ENTERTAINMENT

HEALTH

TRAVEL

FOOD

Texas cattle quarantined after violation of mad-cow feed ban
ARTS & STYLE



(MORE HEADLINES)
*
 
CNN Websites
Networks image


Video: The election is not a popularity contest -- or is it?

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Imagine a president taking office after more people voted for the other guy -- that is, if a candidate won the popular vote but lost the Electoral College tally. That would really be an outrage.

It's happened, twice, in fact. CNN Senior Political Analyst Bill Schneider weighs the possibilities in this report.

 VIDEO
CNN's Bill Schneider and Jeff Greenfield look at U.S. elections where the popular vote was overriden

Play video
(QuickTime, Real or Windows Media)
 
 



MORE STORIES:

Tuesday, October 31, 2000


 Search   

Back to the top  © 2001 Cable News Network. All Rights Reserved.
Terms under which this service is provided to you.
Read our privacy guidelines.