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Minnesota Committee Passes National Popular Vote Plan Bill

Published on April 28, 2011, by in General.

On April 28, the Minnesota House Government Operations & Elections Committee passed HF 495, the bill for the National Popular Vote Plan. The committee has a Republican majority, but only one legislator voted against the bill.

3 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    NO uniform definition of Elector in the NPV SCHEME from Hell.

    What is to stop a usual suspect State/DC regime from having children, mentally ill, felon, and even foreign folks (friends and even enemies) from voting for Prez/VP candidates ???

    Waiting for the usual suspect MORON responses in this EVIL New Age of quick fix MORONS.

  2. Brad M

    D.R.,

    Respectfully, please call 800-950-NAMI

  3. Demo Rep

    Why call MORONS with their FANATIC EVIL NPV schemes from Hell ???

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