HB 311: Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote
GENERAL BILL by Geller ; (CO-INTRODUCERS) Abruzzo ; Baez ; Berman ; Cortes, J. ; Mercado ; Russell ; Smith ; Stark
Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote; Provides for enactment of Agreement Among States to Elect President by National Popular Vote; provides method by which state may become member state; requires statewide popular election for President & Vice President of United States; establishes procedure for appointing presidential electors in member states; provides that agreement becomes effective upon occurrence of specified actions; provides for withdrawal of member state; requires notification of member states when agreement takes effect in nonmember state or when member state withdraws from agreement.
Last Action: 5/5/2017 House - Died in Local, Federal and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee
Bill Text: PDF
• Referred to Local, Federal and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee; Civil Justice and Claims Subcommittee; Government Accountability Committee -HJ 53
• Introduced -HJ 53
• Indefinitely postponed and withdrawn from consideration
• Died in Local, Federal and Veterans Affairs Subcommittee
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