I am going to discuss the issue of evaluation. Issues of evaluation ask questions about weather some thing is good or bad, right or wrong. This is by it's nature quite complex. Everyone has different ideas of what's right and wrong. Our justice system is devoted to them, philosophers spend their who lives thinking about them. Issues of evaluation are also part of your everyday life, from deciding where/what to eat, to voting for who you think should be in office.
The issue that is important to me is the Electoral Collage. (Didn't see that coming did you?)
The Electoral College is the system of state appointed officials that directly cast votes to elect the president. That's right you do not directly elect the president. The most recent conflict was the 2000 presidential election between Bush and Gore. Bush won the election while Gore won the popular vote. It happened three other times as well, here is a link if you want to know more.(http://www.nerdwallet.com/blog/investing/homepage/presidential-candidates-won-popular-vote-lost-election-romney/)
The Electoral College causes campaigning to be much more complicated as well. This is why some states get so much more attention than others; candidates have to win certain states in order to grantee a win. States with smaller population often have more power per voter because the number of electoral votes is based on the number of House Representatives + Senators. A person is New York has less voting power than a person in Alaska. The Electoral College goes against the ideas of democracy. I believe one person should equal one vote, simple as that.
|State size based on electoral power per voter through the Electoral College.|