Introduction to National Popular Vote
February 6 7:00 PM ET 4:00 PM PT Sign up here
Learn how we currently elect the President and about our plan to elect the President by National Popular Vote. Electing the President by National Popular Vote is the only reform that makes every vote for President equal and guarantees that whichever candidate receives the most votes becomes the President. Join staff from National Popular Vote to learn how this legislation works, how close it is to reality, and how you can get involved.
Debunking the Most Common Myths About a National Popular Vote
February 22 7:00 PM ET 4:00 PM PT Sign up here
We'll review the most common misconceptions that people have about electing the President by National Popular Vote with a focus on preparing attendees to respond to this opposition themselves. This is good for individuals who want to be better informed about the bill, and/or be better able to respond to these misconceptions on their own.
The Importance of a National Popular Vote
Shemia Fagan - Oregon Secretary of State
Jena Griswold - Colorado Secretary of State
Eileen Reavey - National Popular Vote
270 by 2024 Virtual Conference
National Popular Vote, FairVote, Common Cause, League of Women Voters, and Equal Citizens co-hosted this summit on National Popular Vote, discussing how we can change the way America elects the President by 2024. You can watch a recording here.
Former Lt. Gov Michael Steele (R-MD) on his Support of Electing the President by National Popular Vote
Interview with New York Times editorial board member Jesse Wegman on his recent book Let the People Pick the President
Interview with MSNBC Political Analyst Rick Tyler & former Michigan Republican Party Chairman Saul Anuzis:
Interview with Professor George Edwards III, presidential scholar and author of the book Why the Electoral College is Bad for America
Neal Peirce, author of The People’s President, & Dr. John Koza, Chair of National Popular Vote, debated the Electoral College with Tara Ross, author of Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College, and Trent England, Director of Save Our States.
Moderated by MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell.
Debating the Electoral College at The Cooper Union
Perspectives on the Electoral College: Is 2020 a Turning Point?
Pat Rosenstiel, National Popular Vote
Eileen Reavey, National Popular Vote
Tara Ross, author “Why We Need the Electoral College”
Trent England, Save Our States Project
Moderator: Eli Lehrer, President, R Street