Just last week, Delaware was the latest state to join the push for states allocating all of their electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote for presidential elections. A month ago, Colorado passed their own similar bill. There is a total of 13 states that have joined the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
Proponents on both coasts claiming more power by eliminating the Electoral College in the name of a more direct democracy face three major obstacles.”
To read Pudners full Op-ed in The Hill click here.