Abolishing the Electoral College
A panel discussion was held on the National Popular Vote Plan. Under the plan states would join a binding agreement to allocate all of… read more
A panel discussion was held on the National Popular Vote Plan. Under the plan states would join a binding agreement to allocate all of their electoral votes to the candidate who receives the most votes in all 50 states. Panelists answered questions from members of the audience. Bob Edgar moderated the discussion.
This event was held at the City University of New York Graduate Center. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- Robert "Bob" W. Edgar President and CEO Common Cause
- Hendrik Hertzberg Senior Editor New Yorker Magazine
- John R. Koza Co-Founder and Chair National Popular Vote
- Susan Lerner Executive Director Common Cause->New York
- Pam Wilmot Executive Director Common Cause->Massachusetts
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