2021 Op-Eds in Florida Newspapers

2021 Op-Eds in Florida Newspapers Floridians for National Popular Vote Volunteers have written 20+ Op-Eds to their local newspapers as an education campaign for Floridians to understand the bill and it’s implications. The National Popular Vote bill preserves the Electoral College and each

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May 2021 – Updates

2021 Legislative session ends; what to do now! Dear NPV Advocates: Once again, the National Popular Vote bill was filed in the Florida House and Senate, but no action was taken. However, we continue to learn and strategize. Here is what we accomplished: House Bill 39 filed by Rep. Joseph Geller

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April 2021 Updates

What is happening with the National Popular Vote in the 2021 Florida Legislative Session? In a word….nothing. While we have filed bills in the Florida House and Senate, and we have committee assignments, our legislators haven’t taken notice. Still, we persevere. We are sending weekly emails to

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March 2021 Updates

You’d think passing a bill would be common sense! The majority of Americans want to move to a National Popular Vote for President. Here’s a recent survey. Common sense would dictate that concepts popular with the American people would motivate our legislators to focus on such things during

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January 2021 – Updates

  IT’S TIME TO GET TO WORK! Welcome to 2021 and the start of the Florida Legislative Session! We are excited to jump into action and have several ways you can help. Remember, the National Popular Vote bill is non-partisan. Both Republicans and Democrats are supporting it. You might

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December 2020 – Updates from the Chair

In the aftermath of 2020, opportunity in 2021. 2020 has been a most unusual year! From Covid-19 and its implications for our economy, to racial challenges, to a contested Election, nothing has gone as might have been expected. Despite these threats, democracy is alive if not somewhat bruised.

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October 2020 – Updates from the Chair

NPV a Priority Regardless of Election Outcome Polls show that Biden is leading Trump by between 3% and 10% nationwide as of the last week in October. But there is no agreement on how each of the candidates will do in the Electoral College. Because most states have passed “winner take all”

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September 2020 – Updates from the Chair

Dear Florida NPV Friends: With the Presidential election in full swing, John Koza, who first developed the concept of National Popular Vote, has started tracking the impact of the “Winner Take All” bills on the activities of this year’s two major candidates, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Below

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August 2020 – Updates from the Chair

Although much has been happening with Covid-19, the economic downturn, high employment, and protests related to racial injustices, Floridian for National Popular Vote has been preparing for the Legislative 2021 session. While some members took time to work on the upcoming election, spend time

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April 2020 – Updates from the Chair

First and foremost, I hope that you all are well, healthy, and staying at home. But that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a lot that can be done right now to get ready for the coming fall and winter. As you will read below, given the challenges of COVID-19, a great deal more has been […]

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