PoliticsPA.com has a round-up of quotes regarding the proposal to change the manner in which electoral votes are awarded in Pennsylvania. On this page, I have been incorrectly placed in the “against” camp. http://bit.ly/oIMznJ I am neither for nor against. I am neutral. The website claims: “Tara Ross at National Review argues that the plan […]
Readers of this blog will remember that the National Popular Vote campaign is striving to effectively eliminate the Electoral College by asking states to allocate their electors to the winner of the national popular vote, rather than the winner of state popular votes. Now, it looks like NPV’s long road to changing the Electoral College […]
Anti–Electoral College forces achieved a significant victory today. The state senate in elector-rich California has voted to join the controversial National Popular Vote movement. Bill advocates in the state senate plan to send the bill to the assembly immediately; they hope that NPV can be re-approved there and forwarded to the governor, perhaps by the […]
The Federalist Society hosted a debate about the Electoral College, featuring Tara and Jamie Raskin. The debate appears here.
The mode of appointment of the Chief Magistrate of the United States is almost the only part of the system . . . which has escaped without severe censure. . . . I venture somewhat further, and hesitate not to affirm that if the manner of it be not perfect, it is at least excellent. […]