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Wisconsin NPV debate roundup

Wisconsin NPV debate roundup

Last week AB 751’s express trip from introduction on February 15 to a hearing on February 17 caused a stir in the Wisconsin papers and blogosphere. While Save Our States Director Trent England was on the ground there, I jumped into the cyber world to see how Wisconsin voters were responding to the bill....
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Electoral College Debate

Electoral College Debate

About a month ago, I debated the Electoral College and NPV with two Western Washington University political science professors. The complete series of YouTube videos from the two-hour event in Bellingham, Washington, are below. The professors had, in my opinion, little regard for the Constitution, Federalism, or history. I’ve written and spoken about the...
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The Electoral College: Interview on The Schilling Show

I recently had the opportunity to speak with Charlottesville, VA’s Rob Schilling on The Schilling Show. We covered topics like the difference between “democracy” and a “democratic republic”, why the Electoral College is a key component in preserving American liberty, and how NPV threatens to undo its benefits. You can listen here.
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Electing the President: A Debate

The San Diego Union-Tribune recently hosted a debate about the Electoral College.  The debate can be found here.
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Debate at the Hauenstein Center

In 2008, Professors Gary Gregg (University of Louisville) and Burdett Loomis (Kansas University) debated the Electoral College at the Hauenstein Center for Presidential Studies in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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Why Save our States?

The genius of the United States of America: we are both United and States. The American system of states is Federalism. One part of it is the Electoral College, the state-by-state way we elect the President of the United States.

Some 'reformers' want to unravel our system of states. The Freedom Foundation’s Save Our States Project is dedicated to preserving these structures for the sake of liberty. Find out more and join us.