Today in class we:
1. Discussed the Electoral College documents, looking at evidence that supported both maintaining and changing the Electoral College.
2. Took notes on Electoral College Reform Plans. If you were absent, get the notes from a friend.
3. Identified potential weaknesses of the reform plans.
4. Completed the following in class writing:
Should the Electoral College be reformed?
If yes, provide at least two reasons of support (evidence) explaining WHY it should be reformed AND explain HOW it should be reformed. Defend your answer, including a defense of your reform plan.
If no, provide at least three reasons of support (evidence) that it should not be reformed. Defend your answer.
5. Read Article II.
Today in class we took notes on the criticisms and regulations of interest groups. We also identified similarities and differences between parties and interest groups.
The test is MONDAY.