NPV lobbies hard in South Dakota
Soros-backed bill would consolidate urban power
While the November election was a setback for National Popular Vote, the San Fransisco-based lobbying organization out to manipulate the Electoral College in a way that would eliminate its benefits, they are still at it. This time, the group has hired lobbyists in South Dakota to push Senate Bill 138. The measure would sign the state on to the NPV interstate compact.
The NPV strategy was created by John Koza, a computer scientists and big donor to Democratic and Socialist political candidates. It is supported by Demos, a George Soros-funded project based in New York City. Pierre’s Capital Journal filed this report.