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Today's the closest thing to a national primary we've ever seen and the American electorate is engaged. But if you could, how would change the vote?
From the confusing electoral college to instant runoff voting, from the internet ballot to the open primary big thinkers about politics have been trying to figure out the best way to elect candidates for years.
This year is no exception with so many states moving into an early primary, there were real fears that we'd have a long, drawn out generar election - dominated by tv ads. So far that hasn't been the case.
But for those who remember the 2000 election debacle, questions still remain. Do we have the best voting system we could?
Today, where we live - Yale Polictal science profess or Donald Green will answer your questions about how we vote.
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