Thomas E. Mann Quotes

12 Thomas E. Mann quotes:

"Presidents are elected not by direct popular vote but by 538 members of the Electoral College."
"The durability of this high level of job approval has been impressive but evidence is mounting that it is likely to prove evanescent."
"All of this suggests that while citizens became more comfortable with President Bush after September 11 and thought him to have the requisite leadership skills, they continue to harbor doubts about his priorities, loyalties, interests, and policies."
"America is an outlier in the world of democracies when it comes to the structure and conduct of elections."
"But presidential approval also became a surrogate measure of national unity and patriotism."
"Congress requires states to draw single-member districts."
"In states without a provision for popular initiative, reformers must navigate the normal state legislative process to alter the redistricting process."
"Responsibility for overseeing the implementation of election law typically resides with partisan officials, many with public stakes in the election outcome."
"The increase in straight-ticket party voting in recent years means that competitive congressional races can tip one way or the other depending on the showing of the candidates at the top of the ticket."
"Third, the overall support for the President does not extend to specific dimensions of his job performance beyond national security."
"With the parties at virtual parity and the ideological gulf between them never greater, the stakes of majority control of Congress are extremely high."
"Votes in federal elections are cast and counted in a highly decentralized and variable fashion, with no uniform ballots and few national standards."

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