Aloha to the Electoral College, Aloha to the Popular Vote
Hawaii has become the fourth state to join the interstate compact to replace the Electoral College with a national popular vote system. The plan now ...
Hawaii has become the fourth state to join the interstate compact to replace the Electoral College with a national popular vote system. The plan now has the support of states representing 50 of the 270 electoral votes it needs to go into effect. Next up: Vermont, where Gov. Jim Douglas is deciding whether to sign or veto the compact bill.
Hat tip: Ballot Access News
My take on the chances of the compact becoming a reality is here.
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