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Oklahoma State Senator Predicts National Popular Vote Plan Bill Won’t Pass Oklahoma House

According to this story, an Oklahoma State Senate leader predicted that the Oklahoma House will not pass the National Popular Vote Plan bill, even though that bill did pass the State Senate easily earlier this month. The Oklahoma Republican Party officially opposes the idea, and party leaders were apparently surprised that the bill even passed the State Senate, and mobilized against its further progress. It is interesting that Oklahoma Republican leaders seem resigned to the idea that the Democratic Party will win the 2016 presidential election.

One Response

  1. Baronscarpia

    I think a more accurate inference to.be made from the article is that the Republicans in OK think the Dem presidential candidate in 2016 will capture a plurality of the national popular vote.

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