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Constitutional amendment to adopt NPV introduced in the Nevada State Assembly
Harry Roth • Mar 24, 2023

In 2019, former Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak vetoed a National Popular Vote bill. He rightly noted that the National Popular Vote compact would diminish Nevada’s role in presidential elections. Now a constitutional amendment to adopt the National Popular Vote compact (NV AJR6) has been introduced in the Nevada State Assembly.

In Nevada, a constitutional amendment must pass both chambers of the legislature twice before being passed by voters via ballot initiative. If that happens and the compact were to take effect, it would give away Nevada's electoral votes to the winner of the nationwide popular vote. Presidential candidates would ignore Nevada and instead cater to high-population states.

If you live in Nevada, you can fight back by using our take-action tool to contact your legislators. We need your help to defend the Constitution.