Our electoral rules should ensure that every vote matters in every election. But our Electoral College rules make most voters irrelevant to campaigns that devote 99% of general election resources to just a dozen swing states. The National Popular Vote agreement is now law in states that represent more than half of the 270 electoral votes necessary to activate it for the next election. The National Popular Vote law will make every vote equal and guarantee the White House to the candidate who wins the most votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Working closely with the National Popular Vote coalition, FairVote is one of the nation’s leading sources of innovative research and writing on the case for Electoral College reform.