George Soros Supports the Tea Party?
What the National Popular Vote wants you to believe.
NPV would also clear the way to consolidate more control over elections in Washington, D.C.—an item on the agenda of many left leaning “good government” groups. Shocking—left wing donors and organizations are behind an effort to shift power toward their own constituencies and ideological objectives!
The Electoral College benefits voters across the political spectrum. All Americans are better off with a system that ensures political parties build truly national coalitions, where presidential candidates succeed only by winning simultaneous victories in states across the nation. Running presidential elections state by state keeps election administration local and decentralized—no presidential appointee is in charge of presidential elections.
With California, NPV has 132 electors committed to its cause—nearly halfway to its goal of 270. This is unfortunate. It turns out, the most bipartisan thing about NPV is the tremendous damage it would do to all Americans if it ever took effect.
Tara Ross is the author of Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College. Trent England is the director of the Save Our States project at the Freedom Foundation.