February 2021 - A Concurrent Resolution, HCR-3813, was introduced on February 4, to "Express The General Assembly's Unwavering Support For The Electoral College, And To Urge The Governor And Attorney General Of South Carolina To Litigate Aggressively Against Any Effort To Repeal Or Nullify It, Including The Implementation Of The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact."
We strongly encourage a YES vote by lawmakers on HCR-3138!
On 12-09-2020, Rep Cobb-Hunter filed the National Popular Vote scheme as HB-3187. We urge a very strong NO vote to STOP the NPVIC, HB-3187.
We expect a big push, from the California-based National Popular Vote office, in South Carolina in early 2021. They have hired a number of highly-paid former Republican State lawmakers and 'consultants' across the country for the express purpose of convincing Republicans that a national popular vote will help their Party specifically.
With its 9 Electoral Votes, a Republican Governor and a solid Republican General Assembly, South Carolina is one of a few Red States that the Left needs in order get closer to their self-defined Activation Threshold of 270 Electoral Votes to start their NPVIC Collusion.
The National Republican Party stands strongly opposed to the NPVIC scheme in its Party Platform and South Carolina Republicans also have a good track record of following the Republican Party Platform.
We give South Carolina a Low Risk rating for succumbing to the NPVIC scheme.
Contact South Corolina's Legislature Members
Demand that they take every action possible to STOP the NPVIC whenever it appears.
South Carolina Legislature Structure - 2021-2022 Session
In the News ...
CHARLESTON, 9-14-2020 - SC Republicans asked to defend Electoral College at Saturday's state party convention. By Caitlin Byrd, The Post and Courier
Charleston, 10-27-2020 - LETTER to the EDITOR: Electoral College is necessary. By A. Bon, The Aiken Standard
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