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The Republican National Convention might be a circus, but we know how a Convention of States will operate

As Ted Cruz and Donald Trump battle over the remaining Republican delegates, one thing has become clear in the midst of the madness: most Americans don’t know how the Republican National Convention works. 

The same applies to the other side of the aisle, and the confusion is understandable. The rules for delegate selection, voting, and procedure are so complicated it’s tough for the average American to get a handle on how the process operates. To make matters worse, millions of concerned citizens believe the results of the convention will drastically affect the future of our country for generations to come.

Though an Article V Convention of States to amend the U.S. Constitution has never been held, the process is actually quite a bit more accessible.

The best part? Unlike a new President, a Convention of States can actually solve the problems facing our nation. A balanced budget amendment, term limits, and a reduction of the size, scope, and jurisdiction of the federal government are all on the table.