Colorado Senate Passes National Popular Vote Plan

Posted on January 21, 2007
ColoradoThe National Popular Vote bill in Colorado (SB 46) passed the third and final reading in full Senate on Wednesday, January 24. Among the sponsors was Senate Majority Leader Ken Gordon.

The Colorado Senate passed the NPV bill last year, along with the California Assembly and Senate, with strong support from states from Louisiana to Illinois. In 2007, momentum appears to be building all across the country. Nearly all 50 have a bill introduced in the legislature.

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