CO Gov. Jared Polis (D)
Communists Democrats are waging war on the Electoral College as part of their efforts to erode the US Constitution and ultimately leave federal elections in the hands of the elite coasts, California and New York.
On Friday, Colorado Governor Jared Polis (D) quietly signed a bill into law that would favor the popular vote over the Electoral College.
Governor Polis signed the measure after the state’s legislature recently passed the bill along party lines, with Democrats voting overwhelming for the bill — zero Republicans in both chambers supported the measure.
Colorado is the 12th state along with the District of Columbia (3 EC votes) to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.
Here are the other states that have signed the the National Popular Vote into law:
- Connecticut – 7 electoral votes
- Hawaii – 4 electoral votes
- Illinois – 20 electoral votes
- Maryland – 10 electoral votes
- Massachusetts – 11 electoral votes
- New Jersey – 14 electoral votes
- Washington – 12 electoral votes
- Vermont – 3 electoral votes
- California – 55 electoral votes
- Rhode Island – 4 electoral votes
- New York – 29 electoral votes
The only way for this joint agreement to go into effect would be if enough states pass legislature to total the number of electoral votes to win a presidency – 270 EC votes.
Colorado has nine electoral votes so it brings the total to 181.
Our Founding Fathers wanted to give a voice to middle America and less densely populated states so they came up with the best system to represent America, the Electoral College.
The Democrats hate middle America — they want (illegal aliens) California and the Cosmopolitan liberal elitists in New York to choose every US president going forward.
Donald Trump won the 2016 election with 304 electoral votes compared to 227 for Hillary Clinton — the media loves to brag that Hillary ‘won the popular (illegal alien) vote’ but the 2016 election showed the genius of the Electoral College because it filtered out the massive amounts of voter fraud and gave a voice to middle America.