Utah House Committee Holding Last Minute Hearing on Anti-Electoral College Measure

A Utah House committee has scheduled a hearing on NPV for tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. http://www.le.utah.gov/~2012/htmdoc/hbillhtm/HB0509.htm This was just posted on the website last night (note the 6:21 p.m. time stamp). The short notice will make it difficult for experts such as myself to fly in and testify, but the commitee needs to hear […]

Should Rhode Island Vote to Abolish the Electoral College?

Rhode Island’s House Judicary Committee will hold a hearing on the National Popular Vote legislation (HB 7388) this Wednesday, February 15. Earlier this morning, I submitted the following testimony, below, to the entire committee. If you are from Rhode Island, I encourage you to learn more about this dangerous legislation before it is too late! […]

Rhode Island to Consider Abolishing the Electoral College

Another small state seems confused about what kind of presidential election system will best serve it. Rhode Island will consider the Koza anti-Electoral College legislation next Wednesday. As I wrote earlier this week, small states should be the last to throw out the Electoral College, a system that protects minority interests and small states. https://www.facebook.com/notes/tara-ross/new-hampshire-legislative-committee-may-be-ready-to-abolish-electoral-college/188177294617218 […]

New Hampshire Legislative Committee May be Ready to Abolish Electoral College

Tomorrow, a New Hampshire legislative committee will consider a bill that, if passed, would urge Congress to propose a constitutional amendment to abolish the Electoral College. There is good news and bad news here. The good news is that at least some New Hampshire legislators may have recognized that Koza’s National Popular Vote plan is […]

There they go again, claiming anti-Electoral College legislation is bipartisan

Another NPV supporter claims that NPV has bipartisan support. Funny how NPV supporters always forget to mention just how many of these Republican supporters are paid consultants. http://juneauempire.com/opinion/2012-02-01/popular-vote-compact-has-much-bipartisan-support The real story is in where the financial support does (or does not) come from. That support is not bipartisan, which should say something about who expects […]