Donald Trump was elected president in November 2016 despite losing the popular vote by upwards roughly 2.9 million votes. The second election in 20 years of a president who failed to receive a majority of the popular vote has led to renewed calls to abolish the electoral college. Recently, several Democratic presidential candidates have called for the Electoral College to be abolished. The following article discusses this issue briefly. Engage in your own research and defend a position. Should we abolish the electoral college? https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/the-fix/wp/2016/11/09/getting-rid-of-the-electoral-college-dream-on-democrats/ 1. Students will be provided with an article(s) on a political issue and will be required to submit the following:1) Students will write a 700, not to exceed 750, word position paper over the work assigned by the instructor. The bibliography and heading do not count towards the required word count. The paper must be written in MLA format, double spaced, and include a bibliography if outside sources are used. Students are expected to utilize proper grammar and syntax. The paper should: •After performing thorough research establish a position on the topic in question. There may be multiple topics in a single assigned reading that could be chosen to form your thesis. Focus on ONE of those topics. •Do not summarize the piece you are writing about. A few lines of general summary are sufficient, but the bulk of the paper needs to focus on your reaction. •Students are expected to make use outside sources when researching and writing their reaction papers.Students must document these sources in a bibliography and via parenthetical citations. Failure to do this is plagiarism. Avoid using lengthy quotes.