It may seem like bad planning by the fathers of this great country, but it’s actually possible for the election for the president of America to end in a tie.

When a citizen votes, that vote goes to their district in the electoral college. But there are 538 votes in the college, an even number.  asks the great question, “What happens if it ends in a tie?”

Not so surprisingly, a whole bunch of a bureaucratic nonsense takes place instead of common sense.