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FairVote Testimony on Electoral College Reform in Pennsylvania

On October 4, 2011, FairVote submitted a written testimony to the Pennsylvania Senate's 'State Government Committee' for the public hearing on electoral reform of whether or not to allocate the state's electoral votes based on congressional district outcomes. 

FairVote strongly opposes the proposed legislation. When adopted in all states, the congressional district system takes us farther from the goal of ensuring that the winner of the national popular vote is elected president. When adopted in Pennsylvania alone, it takes us farther from the goal of ensuring that the winner of Pennsylvania's statewide popular vote wins most of the state's electoral votes.

And, make sure to see Rob Richie's Nation magazine commentary on the Pennsylvania controversy

Download FairVote Testimony of Electoral College Reform in Pennsylvania