Colorado is in trouble

Dear Editor:
Since the Democrat party took control of our governorship, senate and house we might take a brief look at the results of just three of the laws they have passed in their first six months. One is a law to give Colorado’s nine Electoral votes for the presidency to the national winner of the popular vote. Thus if Colorado voted for candidate A, but candidate B won the national popular vote, Colorado’s Electoral votes could to candidate B. This would mean if candidate B carried the heavily populated states of California and New York, then candidate B would probably win the popular vote. In that event Colorado’s Electoral vote would automatically go to candidate B.

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This story was posted on August 15, 2019.