GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – The effort to repeal a new law aimed at giving Colorado’s presidential electoral votes to the winner of the national popular vote is under way.

The Daily Sentinel reports hundreds of people signed petitions at three locations in Grand Junction Saturday for a ballot proposal to repeal Colorado’s participation with 11 other states and the District of Columbia in the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. They have pledged to pool their presidential votes for the winner of the national popular vote but the pact would only take effect after states with a collective 270 electoral votes join.

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One of the repeal organizers, Mesa County Commissioner Rose Pugliese, says about 125,000 valid signatures are needed to put the question on the ballot but the goal is to submit 200,000 by Aug. 1.

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Comments
  1. Robert Chase says:

    Work very hard, Rose; get every Fascist Party member in the State to sign by Aug. 1! Of course, the largest group of voters in Colorado are unaffiliated with your anti-American Party or its near-twin, the Collaborationist Party and few of us have any love for the Electoral College, so your efforts will get you just as far as a rat in a wheel.

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