The electoral vote system protects voting rights by giving every individual state a number of electoral votes representing the level of population.
Constitutionally, all states in the Union have a proportionate and representative say in who becomes President. It doesn’t matter if the state has more land mass than populace, or if more of the people live in rural areas, etc.
What will happen with this (National Popular Vote) NPVC ?
The area with larger population (big cities) and heavily populated areas will pick the President. Period.
Eight states and the District of Columbia have already passed NPV legislation, which would only take effect if it’s enacted by states representing a majority of the nation’s 538 electoral votes.
With states representing 132 electoral votes on-board, George Soros and his NPV supporters are nearly half-way toward their goal.
In Pennsylvania, NPV legislation has been introduced in both the House (HB 1270) and Senate (SB 1116), but the bills have not seen any action until recently when Sen. Mike Folmer took the Constitutional position and publically opposed NPV during his rant at a hearing.
Pennsylvania residents MUST contact Reps NOW !!!