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New Mexico Legislature Adjourns Without Passing National Popular Vote Plan

Published on March 21, 2009, by in General.

The New Mexico adjourned on March 21 without having passed HB 383, the National Popular Vote Plan bill. That bill had passed the House on February 20, but it never made any progress in the State Senate.

4 Responses

  1. ComingBackToTheLP

    Great news!

  2. Richard G.

    Superb!!

  3. Rob Richie

    Guess those two folks live in Florida or Ohio…. As to most Americans and those who believe in a representative democracy based on one-person,one-vote, we want every state to pass the NPV plan.

  4. Jim Riley

    People who really wanted one-person, one-vote would want it to apply to the nomination process; for the ballots to have the same candidates on it; for there to be majority election; and a functional canvassing and recount mechanism.

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