You can help pass the National Popular Vote in New Mexico by attending a meeting in Santa Fe on Wednesday February 1 from 5:30 to 7:00 PM.
Barry Fadem, President of National Popular Vote, will describe the National Popular Vote bill and its progress nationally.
Senator Mimi Stewart, sponsor of the bill in New Mexico (Senate Bill 42), will describe the progress of the bill in the legislature.
The meeting will be at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Santa Fe, 107 West Barcelona Road, Santa Fe 87502. The event is free.
In addition, plans will be made for the Senate legislative hearing in Santa Fe at 8 AM on Friday February 3.
The National Popular Vote bill would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It would make every vote equal throughout the United States. It would ensure that every vote, in every state, will matter in every presidential election.
If you can’t get to this meeting, here are some other things you might do to help make sure that the President elected in 2020 is the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states and DC.
Please share the National Popular Vote home page (www.NationalPopularVote.com) with your friends on Facebook. Please ask your friends to tell their state legislators to support the National Popular Vote bill in their state. Your friends can do this conveniently using our email system.
Visit your state legislator at their local office or state capitol office to emphasize your support. Or, phone them. You can look up their office address, phone, and web address by entering your zip code and address at www.NationalPopularVote.com/write and then clicking on “contact info for my legislators and officials.”
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Get a local group to make the method of electing the President the topic of a guest speaker, panel discussion, or debate.
Add your “two cents” to published items on the web by agreeing with favorable items, or stating your opinion about opposing items. You can follow developments by signing up for free Google alerts for “electoral college” or “national popular vote”
Learn more about National Popular Vote from chapter 9 of our book Every Vote Equal: A State-Based Plan for Electing the President by National Popular Vote. The entire book is free to read or download.
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