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National Popular Vote Plan Bill Advances in Minnesota

On March 3, the Minnesota Senate Subcommittee on Elections, part of the Rules Committee, passed SF 585. This is the National Popular Vote Plan bill. It had been introduced over a year ago, and this is the first progress it has made in the Senate. The only midwest state that has approved a National Popular Vote Plan bill so far is Illinois.

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  1. Brad M

    I have confidence that pragmatic Minnesotans can get this closer to the goal posts.

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