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Perhaps no part of the U.S. Constitution receives more grief and more recommendations for change than the Electoral College. The lecture focused on the negatives, but also on the positives, of electing a president via the Electoral College. How can a president be elected -as has happened- through the College while losing the popular vote? Dr. Gerry Bazer spoke on the Electoral College. He is Dean Emeritus of Arts and Sciences, Owens Community College; a professor, lecturer, and writer on American Government and the American Presidency.

The presentation was part of the Lifelong Learning program at Lourdes University.