We can never again allow a person who did not win the popular vote to become the President of the United States.

There is a growing state by state initiative to change the Electoral College process called the National Popular Vote (NPV).

It is simple. Each state enacts a law that allows their Electoral Votes to be automatically given to the winner of the popular votes.

To date, 14 states have signed into law the NPV mantra. Two-hundred and seventy of the 538 total Electoral College Votes are needed to achieve the goal of the NPV.

An NPV is an achievable goal. Minnesota needs to get on board and enact a law that supports the NPV. You can help by contacting your state legislators.

For any questions, you may contact: www.nationalpopularvote.com; Julie Sandstede at Rep.julie.sanstede@house.mn or 651-296-0172; and Dave Tomassoni at Sen.david.tomassoni@senate.mn or 651-296-8017.

Carol Cotter


Range Voices Indivisible


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