“Democrats in Nevada are again pushing to join an interstate compact to let the national popular vote determine the winner of the presidency,” the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.
“It’s the third time the proposal has gone before lawmakers in Nevada in the last decade, with the previous efforts falling short of making it to the governor’s desk.”
“But the proposal has gained traction recently in other states, including Colorado, where Gov. Jared Polis is set to sign the measure after it was approved by state lawmakers. And with Democrats in Nevada controlling both houses of the Legislature and the governor’s mansion for the first time in decades, Nevada could follow suit.”
Lloyd Omdahl: “In case you hadn’t noticed, there’s a national movement to bypass the Electoral College in favor of direct election of the president.”Save to Favorites