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Could Search Rankings Rig the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election?

Some academics claim Google search rankings could sway an election. Learn more about the recent study in this HowStuffWorks Now article.

Why Does the U.S. Have an Electoral College?

In the U.S. presidential election system, how does the Electoral College work?

Will a Third-Party Candidate Ever Win the White House?

HowStuffWorks looks at the many hurdles a third-party presidential candidate faces in the U.S., and why it's harder than ever for them to be elected.

How E-voting Works

E-voting lets votes be cast and tabulated electronically. Learn about e-voting systems, e-voting concerns like voter fraud and voting over the internet.

What Happens if a Presidential Candidate Dies?

The death of a presidential candidate sure can throw a wrench into the election process. HowStuffWorks Now figures out what would happen.

Are women better politicians?

Are women better politicians? They're certainly in the minority, but could that actually make women better politicians?

James Bradley

James Bradley, an English astronomer, discovered the aberration of starlight that provided the first direct proof that the earth revolves around the sun, and the nutation, or nodding motion, of the earths axis.

How the Tea Party Works

The Tea Party started as a grassroots movement that has gained momentum. Learn about the politics of the Tea Party.

What does a county board president do?

What does a county board president do? Visit HowStuffWorks to learn what a county board president does.

10 Countries Besides the U.S. That Have Electoral Colleges

Other countries besides the U.S. have electoral college systems. HowStuffWorks looks at some of them.

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