NewsNet 23 Oct 2020

Electoral Vs. Popular Vote: How it Could Impact this Year's Election


This unique system for electing presidents could play a big part this year like it did in 2016, when President Trump became the fourth president in history to win the election after losing the popular vote.

As the nation awaits the final results of this year's election, the Black vote could help determine who wins the race for the White House. Derrick Johnson, the president and CEO of the NAACP, joins CBSN's Lana Zak to discuss what issues drove Black voters to the polls.
Four times the winner of the national popular vote lost the presidency - most recently in 2016 when Hillary Clinton won the popular vote - and it could happen in 2020 due to the Electoral College.

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Rachel Nichols, Paul Pierce and Amin Elhassan discuss how an increase in escrow could affect players in the 2020-21 NBA season.
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Krystal Ball and Saagar Enjeti answer viewers' questions on if an executive can debilitate Congress, if Biden's priorities will change for the better if Dems pickup the two Senate seats in Georgia, if the popular vote itself had 30 electoral votes.

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