Could Bernie Sanders Still Become President?

As my readers know, I’m a fifth-generation Republican who crosses party lines occasionally to vote for the best qualified candidate. On Facebook, I’m a member of Republicans for Bernie Sanders and Moderates for Bernie.

Is this pure wishful thinking? Or does this strike you as plausible?  I’m reblogging “How Bernie Sanders Could Become President With Only 130,000 Votes.”  What do you think?  Is this possible, but unlikely?  Is this impossible?

And does anyone really understand the Electoral College?



After reading Dawn Papple’s excellent article in The Inquisitr a few days ago, about how it was theoretically possible for Bernie Sanders to still become President, I shared the article with some friends and found that they were confused at how this scenario could occur, so I decided to write my own article and hopefully answer everyone’s questions, as well as recruit a few hundred people to help make this into a reality.

Here are some of the questions I received over the last few days while promoting this idea on social media.

Have You Lost Your Mind? Bernie Sanders Dropped Out of the Race!! How Could He Become President???

In order to be elected President a candidate must win 270 electoral college votes.

Each state is assigned so many electoral votes and whichever candidate wins the popular vote in that state wins that state’s electoral votes.

For example, when Donald…

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