Oregon (7)

Oregon updates on NPV, the Electoral College, and federalism.

NPV status: introduced 2007-failed; passed House 2009-failed. Introduced in House and Senate in 2011- failedHB 3517

National Popular Vote versus Oregon voters

National Popular Vote versus Oregon voters

To hear supporters of National Popular Vote tell it, most Americans probably have no idea who the presidential candidates were in the last election. They may not have even known there was an election going on. And most of the votes cast weren’t even counted. Of course, none of these things are true. That didn’t...
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NPV in Oregon

NPV in Oregon

Tweet Deep thinking and deliberation are getting in the way of the National Popular Vote campaign in Oregon (HB 3517). This is my conclusion after stopping briefly in Salem yesterday and talking with a few legislators and several legislative staff. It was all true to a pattern that I’ve seen in my cross-country travels....
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Oregon

Tweet NPV/Koza legislation is moving in Oregon as well. House Bill 2588 passed their house on March 12 and has been referred to their Senate Rules Committee.
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