What if the top vote-getter became president? The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact would bypass the Electoral College and the debate around this reform is heating up as more states agree to join the compact. See John Wildermuth's San Francisco Chronicle story featuring CVF President Kim Alexander.
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Veteran reporter Steven Rosenfeld writes in Salon about the movement to enact the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla announced on February 27 that he will decertify California's legacy voting systems and require counties to purchase newer, more secure voting equipment in time for the March 3, 2020 California Primary. See the Feb. 28 edition of CVF-News for more details on this landmark decision.