Letter writers like Chris Wakefield Nichols (Dec. 3, “Conceding the election: Bush should accept his loss”) would find their time better spent reading the Constitution of the United States instead of wasting editorial space in The Herald. With even a basic understanding of the Constitution, the writer would have known that the president is elected by having a majority of electoral votes and not by a majority of the popular vote.
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