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Two videos on the web, plus a workshop today (8/15) on Democratizing the Electoral College

Below the jump are the long video and new 10 minute youtube, of Asa Gordon describing his Electoral College/Proportional Apportionment lawsuits. This strategy of Asa Gordon’s way of making the Electoral College and the national vote for President more democratic.

If you know someone in Massachusetts, there is a workshop on this in Oaks Bluffs, MA today! at 2pm-5pm. See below.

A 10 minute, Youtube excerpt: (Updated version. This one has correct date on 2000 lawsuit)

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mBp5NrmdKOs]

Below is a 50 minute google experience of the entire workshop held at the GP-US Annual National Meeting and Convention in Chicago. If you are a presidential elector, you should consider joining the suit. Anyone watching will think about the Electoral College and the 14th Amendment in a new way. If you are from D.C., Asa Gordon has a new argument to help you in any, federal lawsuit. Asa Gordon is brilliant.

[googlevideo=http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=3344287743326989502]

Massachusetts event:

Asa Gordon/Electoral College, etc.
DATE: Friday, August. 15th, 2008
TIME: 2 – 4pm, followed by question and answer 4pm-5pm
PLACE: OAKS BLUFFS PUBLIC LIBRARY
56R School St. (next to the Town Hall) Oak Bluffs, MA 02557-2039

A Lecture and Discussion Facilitated by
Asa Gordon
Exe. Dir. Douglass Institute of Government
digasa@aol.com
http://members. aol.com/digasa
Chair, DCSGP Electoral College Task Force
electorsus@aol. com
http://www.electors .us

One Response

  1. To make every vote in every state politically relevant and equal in presidential elections, support the National Popular Vote bill.

    The National Popular Vote bill would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC). The bill would take effect only when enacted by states possessing a majority of the electoral votes (270 of 538). When the bill comes into effect, all the electoral votes from those states would be awarded to the presidential candidate who receives the most popular votes in all 50 states (and DC).

    The National Popular Vote bill has been approved by 21 legislative chambers (one house in CO, AR, ME, NC, and WA, and two houses in MD, IL, HI, CA, MA, NJ, RI, and VT). It has been enacted into law in Hawaii, Illinois, New Jersey, and Maryland. These states have 50 (19%) of the 270 electoral votes needed to bring this legislation into effect.

    see http://www.NationalPopularVote.com

    susan

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