March 2020 – Updates from the Chair

This month’s NPV Update focuses on several important events:   NPV in Virginia, LWVFlorida joining Floridians for NPV’s Coalition, Conservatives for Yes on National Popular Vote, and upcoming NPV related events in Florida.  A section on NPV Myths has been added along with a reminder about

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February 2020 – In the News

Welcome to the February 2020 edition of In The News. We hope you continue to find our sampling of news about the popular vote from around the country of interest, as support for the popular vote grows. Please email us with comments or questions at NPVFL1@gmail.com. If you would like more

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January 2020 – In the News

Welcome to the January 2020 edition of In The News. We hope you continue to find our sampling of news about the popular vote from around the country of interest, as support for the popular vote grows. Please email us with comments or questions at NPVFL1@gmail.com. If you would like more

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December 2019 – In the News

Welcome to the December 2019 edition of In The News. We hope you continue to find our sampling of news about the popular vote from around the country of interest, as support for the popular vote grows. Please email us with comments or questions at NPVFL1@gmail.com. If you would like more

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January 2020 – Updates from the Chair

This very important political year, Floridians for NPV will focus its activities within our state and with helping two other states which will be key for NPV.   In Florida, we will work to get a “hearing” of the three NPVIC bills filed in our House and Senate.   In Virginia, we will support

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October 2019 – In the News

Welcome to the October 2019 edition of In The News. As states continue to debate the merits of the national Popular vote, we hope you will enjoy our sampling of articles this month. We welcome your comments or questions; email us at NPVFL1@gmail.com. If you would like more information about

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National Popular Vote Demystified

In this insightful conversation Pat Rosenstiel, Senior Consultant for National Popular Vote and The Institute for Research on Presidential Elections, breaks down fundamental misunderstandings about the National Popular Vote movement and why it should not be considered a “blue state” movement.

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October 2019 Update from the Chair

This month our focus is on the two Bills related to National Popular Vote Interstate Compact that have been filed for the 2020 Florida Session; on the NPV Webinar Training Program; the upcoming “Learning at Lunch” event for Legislators on November 12th in Tallahassee; and the

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