Excerpt from Cato.org By Andy Craig In Michigan, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) has qualified to begin gathering signatures to appear on the ballot next year. It appears likely the petition will succeed, since it enjoys the backing of prominent and experienced Democrats. The basic premise of the NPVIC is to have states each pass an identical piece Read More
Via Charles Ashby at The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel, Colorado A planned debate this evening on the National Popular Vote Compact and why it is a good or a bad thing has been canceled, but is to be rescheduled for later this summer or early fall. Although the Colorado Legislature has already approved doing so, there’s an effort underway to Read More
If we were to adopt the National Popular Vote we would no longer be a nation united by states. We would be controlled only by popular opinion. The needs and rights of the few would be drowned out by the desires and ignorance of the many.