NPVIC Status - NORTH DAKOTA
February 2021 - On January 19th, SB-2271 was introduced by 3 Senators - Robert Eberle, Dick Dever and Curtiss Kreun, and in the House by Reps Dennis Johnson and Wayne Trottier. If enacted, this bill would be in effect only when and if the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme is in effect in other States.
SB-2271 is now in the Gov't & Veterans Affairs Committee.
The legislation would simply have North Dakota's popular vote totals not disclosed publicly until after the Electoral College meets in Presidential Elections. This move seeks to deny popular vote totals from all 50 States that the NPVIC backers claim that is required for their scheme to work.
There is a major push from the California-based National Popular Vote office in 2021 in multiple States, however they are likely to spare North Dakota as they move on Purple States first in 2021, where they believe they have a better chance of winning.
Because of North Dakota's current State government make-up and the pretty strong feelings of independence and States' Rights believed in by most North Dakotans, we feel that ND is a sound and solid Electoral College State, not likely at risk of joining the dangerous NPVIC collusion contract.
We would ENCOURAGE the enactment of SB-2271, and similar legislation, in those States deciding NOT to collude with other States to agree to vote in one particular manner prior to the actual election of the President.
Contact North Dakota's Legislative Assembly Members
Demand that they take every action possible to STOP the NPVIC whenever it appears.
North Dakota Legislature Structure - 2019-2020
House of Representatives
Democrats - 16
Republicans - 78
Democrats - 10
Republicans - 37
North Dakota has 47 Districts. Voters elect TWO (2) Representatives from each District to the House of Representatives, and elects ONE (1) Senator from the same District.
In the News ...
BISMARCK, ND 2-10-2021 - Bill requires electors to support winner of Statewide Popular Vote. by Jim Monk, KVRR
BISMARCK, 11-10-2020 - States pushing to abolish electoral college. By KFYR News 5 Staff
MONTANA, 11-06-2020 - The Presidency Often Hinges On A Handful Of States. Some Have Made A Popular Vote Pact. By Laurel Wamsley, Montana Public Radio
House of Representatives - Republican
Senate - Republican
Governor - Republican
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Almost always, your letter needs to be 200 to 250 words or less. Be courteous and simply express your opinion about why you believe that it is in North Dakota's best interests to remain in control NORTH DAKOTA'S Electoral Votes, and that North Dakota needs to REJECT the National Popular Vote interstate Compact every time that it is brought up.
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