Saturday, May 5, 2018

CT House and Senate Passed National Popular Vote Bill

The Connecticut Senate Passed the National Popular Vote Bill by a Bipartisan 21-14 Vote.

The National Popular Vote Bill guarantees the Presidency to the Candidate who receives the most Popular Votes in All the States and D.C. To make this happen, enough State's Legislature must agree with at least 270 Electoral Votes.

Connecticut will become the 12th State to enact the Bill, if Signed by Governor Dan Malloy, who has previously repeatedly expressed his Support.

A National Popular Vote for President is an achievable Political Goal that can be in place in time for the 2020 Election.

Counting Connecticut, the Bill has Passed in a total of 11 States and D.C. with 172 Electoral Votes: CA, CT, D.C., HI, IL, MA, MD, NJ, NY, RI, VT, WA).

It will take effect when enacted by additional States having 98 Electoral Votes.

The Bill has previously passed One Chamber in 11 additional States with 89 Electoral Votes and been Approved by Unanimous Bipartisan Committee Votes in Two States with an additional 26 Electoral Votes. A total of 3,122 State Legislators have Endorsed it.

If you live in a State that has not yet passed the National Popular Vote bill, please take a moment to Email your State Legislators and Officials asking them to Pass the Bill.

CLICK HERE to find the Status of your State.

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