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Michigan House considers unconstitutional NPV bill

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on Jun 06, 2023

The state’s Constitution is clear: to vote for Michigan’s presidential electors, a person must be a state resident. Yet today, the House Elections Committee is slated to consider legislation to allow…

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Minnesota Legislature will silence Minnesota voters

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on May 25, 2023

Using shady tactics usually reserved for Congress, Minnesota legislators passed an omnibus bill late last week that included the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV). Progressive hardliners…

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Nevada Senate advances NPV

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on May 19, 2023

Yesterday, the Nevada Senate passed Assembly Joint Resolution 6, which could eventually join the state to the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV). The process is convoluted. The reasons ar…

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Nevada Assembly passes unprecedented NPV measure

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on Apr 21, 2023

This week, the Nevada Assembly passed AJR6, to place the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV) in the Nevada Constitution. All Democrats present voted for the resolution; all Republicans vot…

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Minnesota House hides, passes NPV compact

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on Apr 20, 2023

A change to presidential elections is the last thing you might expect to find in an omnibus spending bill. But that is where you’ll find the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV) in Minnesot…

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National Popular Vote bill introduced in the Maine House of Representatives

Posted by Harry Roth in State Updates on Apr 11, 2023

The National Popular Vote campaign has targeted Maine and its four electoral votes for years. Now a new bill has been introduced in the state House of Representatives (LD1578). If passed, it would gi…

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Constitutional amendment to adopt NPV introduced in the Nevada State Assembly

Posted by Harry Roth in State Updates on 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 …

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Majority of Michiganders believe their votes should stay in Michigan, new research finds

Posted by Guest Author in State Updates on Nov 14, 2021

WASHINGTON, Nov. 14, 2021, – Today, Save Our States, a national group working to defend the Electoral College, released important polling from Michigan regarding the National Popular Vote (NPV) inter…

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A failed attempt to reconcile NPV, RCV in Maine

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on May 14, 2021

Maine has the most unique presidential election process. It splits its electoral votes by congressional district, one of only two states to do so today. And in 2020, after contentious political and l…

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Time is running out

There is a real, immediate threat to the constitutional way we elect our president. National Popular Vote is 76% of the way to implementing their dangerous plan.

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