Elizabeth Warren says she wants to eliminate the constituency



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Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren said she was in favor of eliminating the US Electoral College in a public debate on Monday night.

"Every vote counts and the way we can do it is that we can vote at the national level, which means we have to get rid of the Electoral College," Warren told an audience at Jackson Black University, historically black.

Warren's statement on CNN comes after a member of the audience questioned the Massachusetts senator on the right to vote and the so-called voter suppression laws.

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"I think we need a constitutional amendment protecting the voting rights of every US citizen and ensuring that voting is counted," she said. "We need to help the federal government and abolish all anti-smoking laws that already exist."

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Warren said that she was also supporting a new flag for Mississippi, which is the only state to have Confederate pictures on it. The Mississippi state flag's use of a Confederate battle emblem was challenged before the law in 2017, but the Supreme Court refused to hear the case.

Associated Press contributed to this report.

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