Anti-Electoral College forces are back at work! This time, in Nebraska.

It’s that time of year again! State legislative sessions are opening all across the country, which means that the anti-Electoral College crowd is back at work.  The effort is being spearheaded by National Popular Vote (“NPV”), a California-based organization that wants to change the way Americans elect their presidents.  Today, NPV is trying to get its […]

National Popular Vote — Pass it to find out what is in it?

Hi, guys! Thanks to all of you who are coming here for information about the National Popular Vote legislation.  Please see below for the testimony that I offered in Maine against this bill. Do you remember what Nancy Pelosi said about #Obamacare?  You have to pass it to find out what is in it? It […]

Will Connecticut vote to effectively abolish the Electoral College?

Connecticut is currently considering the possibility of adopting the anti-Electoral College National Popular Vote plan.  Nine states plus Washington, D.C. have already adopted the plan.  Connecticut would be the 10th state to join the NPV compact. Connecticut’s GAE committee is holding a hearing on this matter TODAY (Monday, February 24).  If you live in Connecticut, please […]

As NYC Goes, So Goes the Nation?

Last week, the New York legislature adjourned without approving the anti-Electoral College National Popular Vote effort. It’s good news, but this piece of good news may not last long. New York voters will need to overwhelm their state senators with phone calls and emails if they want to keep this measure from being approved in the […]

Rhode Island May Vote Against the Electoral College by Thursday

This article originally appeared on National Review’s The Corner http://www.nationalreview.com/corner/350726/rhode-island-may-vote-against-electoral-college-thursday-tara-ross Rhode Island May Vote Against the Electoral College by Thursday An anti–Electoral College group may have another state in its corner by Thursday. The National Popular Vote effort has been trying for years to get Rhode Island on board with its plan. Its proponents have learned from […]