NPVIC Status - West VIRGINIA
House Bill HB-2122 was introduced on 2/10/21 and has been stalled in the Judiciary Committee since 2/10/21. It hass been killed as of 3/12/2022.
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March 13, 2022 - The NPVIC bill, HB-2122 DIED in Committee on 3/12/2022!! GREAT NEWS!
February 2021 - On 2/10/21, HB-2122 was introduced by Democrat Rep Barbara Fleischauer of the 51st District, in Morgantown. The Bill is referred to the House Judiciary Committee.
We expect a moderate push, from the California-based National Popular Vote office, in West Virginia in early 2021. They have hired a half-dozen highly-paid former Republican State lawmakers and 'consultants' for the express purpose of convincing Republicans that a national popular vote will help their Party specifically.
Four Democrat Delegates have sponsored the NPVIC as HB 4575 in the House. No Bill is yet in the Senate. Because of the pending Bill, we consider W VA to be a at Moderate Risk of falling to the NPVIC.
With a Republican Governor - who changed from the Democrat Party in 2017 - and a solid Republican General Assembly, West Virginia is one of the few Red States that that the Left needs in order get closer to their Collusion Threshold of 270 Electoral Votes to activate the NPVIC Compact. They need W VA to claim bi-partisan support for their very Left-leaning campaign.
The National Republican Party stands strongly opposed to the NPVIC scheme in its Party Platform and West Virginia Republicans have a good track record of following the Republican Party Platform.
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