What is NPV?
Isn’t it time electors are guided by the majority of Americans who agree on the person who should lead the nation?
All public officials in the United states are elected by popular vote except two—the President and Vice President. The National Popular Vote means that the President and Vice President would be elected by a majority of all Americans—without regard to which state they live in—making this consistent with elections for all other public officials in the United States. Contrary to what many people think, no Constitutional amendment is needed to make this happen.
A National Popular Vote would eliminate the “winner-take-all” practice prevalent in most states, which invalidates the popular votes of millions of Americans—sometimes the majority, in fact. National Popular Vote legislation works within the framework of the Constitution, preserving the electoral system and guaranteeing the Presidency to the person whom the majority of Americans agree should lead our country.
HOW CLOSE ARE WE?
WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE?
The national movement currently looks like this:
- 16 jurisdictions have passed NPVIC
- Total 195 electoral votes secured
- Need 270 votes to elect the President
- Need 75 more votes for the compact to go into effect
NEWS & HEADLINES
How the 2020 Census Results Effect NPV In April, the census reapportionment data was released with Florida gaining one electoral college vote along with Montana, Colorado, Oregon, and North
Welcome to the June 2021 edition of In the News. We hope you continue to find interesting our sampling of news about the popular vote from various media outlets around the country. Email us with
Michael Steele Supports the National Popular Vote Floridians for National Popular Vote is pleased to announce that Michael Steele will speak at the Lifelong Learning Auditorium at FAU Boca Raton