Effort to Kill Electoral College Gains Momentum

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A headline from the Tuesday edition of The Baltimore Sun reveals a great deal about an effort that’s been brewing since 2007 and now counts 11 states and the District of Columbia as adopters:

The piece refers to a the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC), an initiative introduced in all 50 states, that would assign a state’s electoral college vote to whichever candidate was the winner of the national popular vote, even if a majority of the voters in that state chose the other candidate.—More…



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