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National Popular Vote Plan Bill in Oregon Has 45 Co-Sponsors

Published on February 22, 2013, by in General.

The National Popular Vote Plan bill in Oregon this year is SB 624. It has 32 sponsors in the House (out of 60 members), and 13 sponsors in the Senate (out of 30 members). In the Senate, only one of the sponsors is a Republican. In the House, only six of the sponsors are Republicans.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    NO uniform definition of Elector-Voter in the NPV scheme from Hell.

    How many foreign communists will be voting for Prez/VP in the usual suspect States/DC IF the NPV scheme somehow takes effect ???

  2. Jon

    I noticed my Oregon State Representative and Senator (both Democrats) were not co-sponsors of the bill so I wrote them a quick email asking them to support the bill. I would encourage any other Oregonians to contact their Rep./Sen. to do the same as it looks like this may actually pass both houses and make it to the Governor.

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