The National Popular Vote Compact could spell trouble | IN 60 SECONDS

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Under the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, all electoral votes of NPVIC’s signatory states would be delivered to the winner of the popular vote in the next presidential election and thus usher them into the presidency. This could lead to minor splinter parties making their way to the top with as little as 20 percent of the popular vote. AEI’s Peter J. Wallison explains the troublesome reality of this plan.

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