Proposition 113 asks Colorado voters to approve adding the state to the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC). States signed to the NPVIC would pledge their electoral college votes to the winner of the national popular vote, but only if their combined number of electoral votes totaled more than 270. Including Colorado, that number is currently at 196 electoral votes.
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A Colorado Law Aims to Have U.S. President Elected by Popular Vote. Republicans Are Organizing to Stop This.
Frank McNulty – former speaker of Colorado’s House of Representatives – was on KOA News Radio's Mandy Connell Show earlier this month pushing to remove Colorado from the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact via a ballot initiative for 2020.