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Electoral College initiative still alive in CA

Monday, November 5th, 2007

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Peter Dreier, Occidental College professor and my colleague at the Huffington Post’s OffTheBus project, reports that the bid to apportion Electoral College votes by congressional district isn’t yet dead, as previously reported here. Jennifer Steinhauer at the New York Times had the story in the New York Times November 2nd.

One Response to “Electoral College initiative still alive in CA”

  1. AllAboutVoting Says:

    My coverage of the CA electoral college initiative.

    I am very much against it. Winner take all allocation by state is bad but winner take all allocation by congressional district within just one state is much worse.

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