Electoral College

Dear Editor:
Ever since President Trump was elected President, the Electoral College has come under attack. In 15 states politically dominated by Democrats, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPV) has been enacted in an attempt to thwart the intent of the Constitution’s provisions for electing the President. On one hand the idea seems reasonable that the person winning the popular vote should be the person who is elected President, but the attempt is likely unconstitutional and will most certainly be subject to litigation in the courts.

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This story was posted on June 27, 2019.