Status of 2023-2024 NPV & Anti-NPV Legislation as of 6-06-23
PENDING or PASSED Legislation in the 2023-2024 Legislative Sessions Only - This map shows the States where legislation - both NPV and Anti-NPV - has been introduced and is pending. MINNESOTA, (black) in May 2023, has enacted the National Popular Vote Compact, becoming the 16th State to do so. The NPV was DEFEATED in Florida and Mississippi (Red & White vertical stripes). NPV alone is pending in Alaska, Michigan, North Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin (blue & white diagonal stripes). Both NPV and Anti-NPV bills are pending in Arizona, Maine, Missouri and South Carolina (red & blue diagonal stripes). IDAHO (red & white horizontal stripes) has ENACTED an Anti-NPV bill into LAW! NPV Repeal bills are pending in Connecticut and New Jersey (red & white diagonal stripes). In NEVADA (black & white horizontal stripes) Democrats, in order to get around the Republican Governor, took Step 1 to place the NPV on the ballot in the future. A future Nevada legislature is required to ALSO pass the measure (presumable in 2025) and then the voters of Nevada could vote on adding it to the Constitution, presumably in 2026.
National Popular Vote NPVIC Bills. We Stand OPPOSED!
Alaska - Senate Bill SB-61
Arizona - Senate Bill SB-1485
Florida - SB-860 - DIED IN COMMITTEE
Florida - House Bill H-053
Maine - House Bill LD-1578
Michigan - Senate Bill SB-126
Michigan - House Bill HB-4156
Minnesota - HAS JOINED THE NATIONAL POPULAR VOTE SCHEME on 5-24-23.
Mississippi - HB-491 DIED IN COMMITTEE
Missouri - House Bill HB-997
Missouri - House Bill HB-829
Nevada - Resolution AJR-6 To put the NPV in State Constitution
North Carolina - Senate Bill S-416
North Carolina - House Bill HB-191
South Carolina - House Bill H-3240
Texas - Senate Bill SB-095
Texas - House Bill HB-237
Wisconsin - Senate Bill SB-144
Arizona - House Bill HB-2477 VETOED by DEMOCRAT Governor Katie Hobbs, 4-05-23
Connecticut - HB-5085
Connecticut - HB-5132
Maine - House Bill LD-1502 Session adjourned for the year
Missouri - SJR-17 DIED IN COMMITTEE
New Jersey - Senate Bill S-2252
New Jersey - Assembly Bill A-2252
South Carolina - H-3813 DIED IN COMMITTEE
They Need Just Four (4) or Five (5) More States to Activate their NPV Scheme!
As of Memorial Day 2023, there are 16 States, plus DC (of course), that are colluding to change the Presidential election process. The State of Minnesota has JOINED the NPV scheme along strict Party lines.
Idaho and North Dakota have passed legislation AGAINST the NPVIC. New Jersey and Connecticut have bills to REPEAL the NPVIC for their States.
The NPVIC sales force has filed bills (again) in a number of "Purple" States' Legislatures, which would put them over the top and activate the National Popular Vote Compact, all of them joined. As of February 1st, they have filed bills so far in 2023 are Alaska (3), Arizona (11), Florida (30), Michigan (15), Minnesota (10) where the NPV HAS BEEN ENACTED INTO LAW!, Mississippi (8) where the NPV was DEFEATED, Missouri (10), Nevada (8), North Carolina (16), South Carolina (9) and Texas (40).
The NPVIC scheme has 205 Electoral Votes signed on to the Collusion Agreement where the NPV Compact States have agreed to ACTIVATE their agreement when they control 270 or more Electoral Votes.
It's Becoming a Battle. States are now Pushing Back against the National Popular Vote scheme!
Scroll down toward the bottom of this page for an update on those efforts.
Minnesota Joins NPV; Nevada Legislature Takes Step #1.
Our State Status Classifications
Based on our own unique study and analysis of each of the 50 States, plus the District of Columbia.
Electoral College State - This designation means the State is committed to remaining independent and will not be joining the Collusion of the NPVIC scheme. People in this State insist on controlling their own State Votes - THEY are deciding for whom this State will Vote for, for President.
Electoral College States
Alabama - Alaska - Arkansas - Idaho - Kansas - Kentucky - Louisiana - Mississippi - Montana - Nebraska - North Dakota - South Dakota - Wyoming
Moderate Risk State - This State has had some serious discussions in the recent past about joining the diabolical NPVIC scheme. There may even have been past progress in this or past sessions of the Legislature. The NPVIC Sales Force has been in this State and actively yet quietly soliciting State lawmakers to enact their legislation.
Moderate Risk States
Arizona - Maine - Michigan - North Carolina - Pennsylvania - West Virginia - Virginia
STOPPED - The National Popular Vote has their House, Senate or both bills STOPPED in Committe. The NPV legislation is DEAD for this remainder of thise legislative Session.
Low Risk State - This State is not likely to join the National Popular Vote Compact scheme, although there are some voices in the State that would like the State to.
Low Risk States
Florida Georgia Indiana - Iowa - Missouri - Nevada - New Hampshire - Ohio - Oklahoma - South Carolina - Tennessee - Texas - Utah - Wisconsin
High Risk State - A State with this designation is targeted by the NPVIC Sales Force. They are very focused on getting this State to join their Collusion scheme and are currently making strong efforts in the Legislature to get their scheme passed.
High Risk States
NPVIC COLLUDING STATE - A State with this mark has already succumbed and turned the Control of their STATE's Electoral Votes over to nameless people who have no relationship at all with the State.
NPVIC Colluding States (Year Joined)
Pushing Back in 2023 as of February
Arizona - Connecticut - New Jersey - North Dakota - South Carolina
North Dakota has already ENACTED a law taking a stand in favor of the Electoral College and opposed to the National Popular Vote.
STATES FIGHTING BACK! - As 2023 unfolds, a number of State Legislatures have joined the Battle AGAINST the Federation-threatening National Popular Vote scheme!
Bills vary in their approach, but they include efforts to REPEAL the State's earlier approval of the scheme, to choosing different Manners in which to select Electors, to committing the State's Electoral Votes to be cast ONLY for candidates that the States residents have decided to choose!
We strongly urge your SUPPORT for all of these efforts!
NPVIC scheme Efforts in 2023-2024
Demand that State Legislators take every action possible to derail and STOP this National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
Track Pending National Popular Vote Interstate Compact scheme Legislation here ...
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Governor Walz, depite saying that he believed that all elections laws must be passed with bipatisan support, has signed the "Elections Omni-mess" bill that buried the NPV scheme in among 7 or 8 other election law changes that help Democrats stay in office.
MINNESOTA is now an official part of the Collusion Contract with 15 other States to throw future presidential elections.
States Are Pushing Back Against the NPVIC scheme
Support These Bills AND Contact their Sponsors - Tell them you appreciate them for Pushing Back Against the NPVIC - because they are doing the RIGHT thing!
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'Keep Our 50 States' Regions.
TO DATE, Fifteen (15) States, plus the District of Columbia have formally entered into a Contract of Collusion to CHANGE the way that the President of the United States is elected. (When governments enter contracts, it is called a "Pact" or a "Compact".)
The first State to enter this scheme was the State of Maryland, which joined the Compact in 2007.
The one that is currently jeopardizing the American Federation of States, in our view, as well as the Balance of Power between the State Governments and the Federal Governments, is called the "National Popular Vote Interstate Compact" ("NPVIC").
The NPVIC scheme seeks to change how the Electors in the Compact States are chosen, thus altering the election of the President to be by a national popular vote. This scheme seeks to achieve this without the need to Amend the Constitution.