The National Popular Vote Plan has been introduced into both houses of the Minnesota legislature. The bills are SF 585 and HF 799.
Also, the “Uniform Faithful Presidential Electors Act” has been introduced into both houses. This is the model legislation that provides that parties nominate two candidates for presidential elector for each seat, an elector and an alternate. If the elector votes in the electoral college for someone other than the presidential candidate expected, the elector is deemed to have resigned and is replaced by the alternate. The bills are HF 526 and SF 464.