The National Popular Vote Compact continues to gain momentum in the current legislative session as legislatures debate the merits of a bill which aims to change the method in which the President of the United States is elected.
The Delaware House recently approved the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. Delaware is seeking to gain a stronger voice in presidential elections given their small size and 3 electoral votes. Although there is some debate whether Delaware’s voice would in fact gain strength if the voting procedure were changed. Also, on Tuesday the New York Senate passed the compact and is waiting on approval from the Assembly for passage.