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New York Governor Signs National Popular Vote Plan Bill

On April 15, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed S3149, the National Popular Vote Plan bill for presidential elections. New York is the first new state to have passed the plan this year.

5 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

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

    The MORONS doing such stuff are like the MORONS who did the top 2 primary stuff, the term limits stuff, etc. — populist IDIOTS.
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    Const Amdt
    Uniform definition of Elector in ALL of the USA.
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V.

  2. Drew

    A quibble, but Rhode Island passed it less than a year ago.

  3. x

    How many elect oral votes in states that have passed it so far?

    • Susan Anthony

      The bill has passed 33 state legislative chambers in 22 rural, small, medium, and large states with 250 electoral votes. The bill has been enacted by 11 jurisdictions with 165 electoral votes – 61% of the 270 necessary to go into effect.

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