NPVIC Status - MISSOURI
Plains Region Director: Kim Blount Grunert
Missouri State Director: Tamela Candler, Interim
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February 2021 - Rep John Simmons, R-109th, has introduced House Joint Resolution 52 which proposes a Constitutional Amendment that will ban Missouri from participating n the National Popular Vote and similar schemes! WE SUPPORT Rep Simmons and his efforts to preserve the Electoral College!
In January, Rep. Peter Meredith, D-80th, has introduced the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme in the Missouri House of Representatives, HB-267. It had its 2nd reading already on 01/07/2021.
On 12/29/2020, Rep Ian Mackey, D-87th, introduced a DUPLICATE Bill to get Missouri to join the diabolical National Popular Vote scheme. This Bill could well be a decoy to draw attention away from HB-267. It has already had its 2nd reading on 01/07/2021.
ALSO, Senator Jill Schupp, D-24th, introduced the NPVIC Bill in the Senate. It had its first reading on 01/06/2021.
We expect a big push in early 2021 to get this dangerous Compact passed through the full Missouri Legislature.
In the last Session, the three identical House Bills - the NPVIC is hedging its bets by putting THREE horses in the race - all were allowed to die as the Assembly adjourned "Sine Die" at the end of its Session.
Missouri is currently classified as a Low-Risk State, although we are closely watching for any movement on this devious legislation.
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Composition of 2021 - 2022 Missouri Legislature
In the News ...
ST. LOUIS, 10-13-2020 - LETTER: Popular vote plan would make candidates visit Missouri. Thomas Cwik, St Louis, Letter to St Louis Post-Dispatch
MISSOURI, 01-14-2020 - Missouri League of Women Voters advocate for national popular vote. By Sara Moyers, KOMU TV8 News
JEFFERSON CITY, 02-16-2016 - National popular vote compact gets committee hearing. By Travis Zimpfer, The Missouri Times
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Senate - Republican
Governor - Republican
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