01-07-2022 - Rep. Christopher Rabb, D-Philadelphia, re-introduced HB-270, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme. The bill has been assigned to the House Government State Government Committee. It has THIRTY-ONE (31) Sponsors, all Democrats.
December 2020 - We expect a big push from the California-based National Popular Vote office in Pennsylvania in early 2021.
As of early December, the NPVIC Bill is now pending in both the Senate and the House, after Rep. Chris Rabb introduced the National Popular Vote interstate Compact scheme in the House.
In July 2019, 7 Democrat Senators introduced the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact Bill. It has been held up in the Senate State Government Committee since then. We expect a new Bill to be reintroduced in the new Legislature in January.
PA is a high-value target for the NPV office, based in northern California, to win over. They desperately need "Purple" States to be able to activate their scheme, and PA's large number of Electors would draw them much closer to their objective.
Contact Pennsylvania State Legislature Members
Demand that they take every action possible to STOP the NPVIC Bill (SB-270).
Pennsylvania Legislature Structure - 2023-2024 Session
In the News ...
HARRISBURG, 11-19-2020 - National Popular Vote Bill Introduced in Pennsylvania Legislature. By Rep. Christopher Rabb, Pennsylvania House of Representatives
HARRISBURG, 9-25-2020 - Legislature considers naming Pennsylvania's slate of Electors if the statewide popular vote remains in doubt. SpotlightPA
Total Baloney, In Our Humble Opinion!
“I’m pleased to introduce the National Popular Vote legislation to prevent the chaos created by our current system of electing the president,” said Rabb. “I invite all my colleagues — from progressive to conservative — to join me in co-sponsoring the bill. With the National Popular Vote for president, we can avoid needless runoffs, avoid unfounded charges of fraud or suppression, and eliminate the need for the courts to pick presidents.” - Rep. Christopher Rabb, Nov 19, 2020
Electoral Votes in 2024
House of Representatives - Republican
Senate - Republican
Governor - Democrat
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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 Pennsylvania's best interests to remain in control PENNSYLVANIA's Electoral Votes, and that Pennsylvania needs to REJECT the National Popular Vote interstate Compact every time that it is brought up.
Allentown - The Morning Call
Bedford - The Bedford Gazette
Carlisle - The Sentinel
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Hazelton - Standard Speaker
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Lebanon - The Daily News
Lock Haven - The Lock Haven Express
Mechanicsburg - The Patriot News
Milton - The Standard-Journal
New Castle - New Castle News
Oil City - The Derrick
Oil City - The News-Herald
Philadelphia - The Philadelphia Inquirer
Pittsburgh - The Post-Gazette
Punxsutawney - The Spirit
Scranton - The Times-Tribune
Somerset - Somerset Daily American
State College - The Centre Daily Times
Sunbury - The Daily Item
Uniontown - The Herald-Standard
Wilkes-Barre - The Citizen Voice
Williamsport - The Sun Gazette
Wilkes-Barre - The Times-Leader
York - The Daily Record
York - The York Dispatch
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