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... in a family that belonged to the Church of England when it was the state church in Virginia, and as an adult attended Episcopal churches ... to God." Tyler was a strong supporter of religious tolerance and separation of church and state ... In his 1875 State of the Union address, during conflicts over Catholic parochial schooling, Grant called for a constitutional amendment that would require all ...
... Technically the voters of Wisconsin cast their ballots for electors representatives to the Electoral College ... Wisconsin is allocated 10 electors because it has 8 congressional districts and 2 senators ... Whoever wins the majority of votes in the state is awarded all 10 electoral votes ...
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