Ask Your State to Win Change by 2016
The presidential election is determined by the Electoral College, for the people – wait what?
The way we currently elect the president involves the Electoral College, a body of electors from each state who determine the official and final outcome of the presidential election. While Americans participate in the election, their collective vote, known as the popular vote, does not always determine the outcome. In fact, 4 elections in America’s history have resulted in a presidential candidate winning who lost the national popular vote.
Take action today!
- Join Us!
- like/follow/connect with us on Facebook /Twitter / google+
- Take action and submit your satirical blog to be posted on our political satire site: UnPopularVote.com
- Ask your Member of Congress to be ready to support National Popular Vote if it comes to Congress
Collaborate with your community & FairVote Action
- Organize in your state! We need people to contact their legislators, but we also need people ready to do more – testify, reach out to groups, become state activists. If you are in one of the five states considering the National Popular Vote plan this year and you want to do more, contact us.
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