NPVIC Status - KANSAS
Plains Region Director: Kim Grunert
Kansas State Director: TBD
State Legislative Coordinator: TBD
State Member Relations: TBD
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Jan 12, 2024 - Twenty-three (23) Democrats have introduced the National Popular Vote scheme in the House as House Bill 2496. It is considered, as usual, a highly partisan bill.
May 23, 2022 - The Legislative EXPIRED on May 23rd and with it so did the two National Popular Vote bills! Each died in Committee.
April 2022 - Both the House and the Senate NPVIC bills have been held up in respective Committees since February 2021.
February 2021 - Democrats have introduced the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme into the House of Representatives in Kansas. It is HB-2002.
Democrats have also now introduce National Popular Vote scheme Bill SB-188 in the Senate.
Kansas is still currently classified as a sovereign Electoral College State, however, it is at Low Risk of joining the devious Agreement. We do not expect a lot of movement by Lawmakers in Kansas to give away the control of Kansas' Votes for President to people who are not even from Kansas!
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May 21, 2020 - NPVIC Bill Dies in Committee. The Kansas Senate Bill SB-115 to enroll Kansas died in the Senate Elections Committee. Kansas Legislature Website
JEFFERSON CITY, 01-07-2020 - A MISSOURI State Rep from Kansas City pre-files bill in MO to elect president by national popular vote. By Gregory Dailey, KRCG TV13 News
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Butler County - The Butler County Times-Gazette
Chanute - The Chanute Tribune
Clay Center - The Clay Center Dispatch
Dodge City - Dodge City Daily Globe
Emporia - The Emporia Gazette
Fort Scott - The Fort Scott Tribune
Garden City - The Garden City Telegram
Great Bend - The Great Bend Tribune
Hays - The Hays Daily News
Hutchinson - The Hutchinson News
Independence - The Independence Reporter
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Lawrence - The Lawrence Journal-World
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