Learn the history of voting in America
Learn the inequities of gerrymandering
Learn the role of the Electoral College
The Founding Fathers thought elections should be decided by the House of Representatives. 18th century town folk were deemed too uniformed to vote; however, white men owning land were eligible to vote. Thus, disenfranchisement begins. Silent are the voices of Women, Black people, Asian people, Japanese people, Hispanic people, Latino people, and disadvantaged people.