by Ellen Theisen, Dave Klein and John Washburn
Washington State recently enacted a law joining the pact for a National Popular Vote, bringing the total to five (MD, NJ, IL, HI, and WA). Currently, it is also being considered in CT, NV, and MA. While many recent articles are largely favorable toward the NPV, the National Popular Vote is not universally popular: Efforts are underway in MD, NJ, and WA to repeal the pact. See also the second National article below....
NAtional: Hanging In the Balance: Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act LINK NAtional: The Case Against "The National Popular Vote" LINK CT: Election Audit: Some Cards Faulty; Devices Used Were Correctly Programmed LINK MA: Mass. lawmakers to ponder national popular vote bill LINK MN: This time, Bachmann's coming at ACORN through the front door LINK NY: Election Day Registration Sought LINK SC: SC panel approves voter ID LINK WA: State joins Electoral College pact LINK WA: Day-old 'national popular-vote' law draws referendum challenge LINK India: Election pays dividends to hundreds of prostitutes LINK (Prostitutes able to vote for first time) India: Re-poll in eight stations today LINK (Re-polling due to charge of vote-flipping on the voting machine)
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