Michigan Electoral College Ballot Initiative Could Bind State to National Popular Vote, Hack Presidential Election

Michigan Electoral College Ballot Initiative Could Bind State to National Popular Vote, Hack Presidential Election


A proposed ballot initiative in the state of Michigan would bind the state’s electors in future presidential elections to the national popular vote, potentially overriding the will of the state’s voters and swinging the result of presidential elections.

Yes on National Popular Vote, announced Monday, would automatically assign Michigan’s 15 electoral votes to the candidate that wins the national popular vote, in the event that states holding more than 270 electoral college votes agree to participate in a popular-vote pact of sorts.

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The ballot initiative still requires 340,000 signatures from eligible voters to make the 2022 ballot. A former Michigan Republican Party chair, Saul Anuzis, has

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