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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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Forgotten Colorado

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on Sep 23, 2020

Why does John Hickenlooper, locked in a tight race for U.S. Senate in Colorado, snub people who live in small towns and rural areas? Because he doesn’t need their votes. If he can get enough votes fr…

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National Popular Vote’s dignified death in New Hampshire

Posted by Sean Parnell in State Updates on Sep 11, 2020

The committee on Election Law in the New Hampshire House of Representatives met yesterday afternoon to consider the National Popular Vote interstate compact. The meeting wasn’t to decide the bill’s f…

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NPV to Maine: Drop Dead

Posted by Sean Parnell in State Updates on Aug 26, 2020

A main argument by advocates for the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV) is that the Electoral College distorts policy decisions made in the White House. According to this theory, incumben…

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Will Colorado sell its Electoral College voice to California?

Posted by Trent England in State Updates on Jul 01, 2020

Voters in Colorado will decide this November whether to enact or reject the National Popular Vote interstate compact (NPV). The campaign behind NPV, and most of its money, comes from California. So i…

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