A Not-So-Calamitous Compact–A Response to DeWitt and Schwartz
by John R. Koza, National Popular Vote (@natlpopularvote)
The author of the National Popular Vote interstate compact refutes criticisms raised by opponents Darin DeWitt and Thomas Schwartz. The National Popular Vote compact would guarantee the Presidency to the candidate receiving the most popular votes in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. The article explains how the vast majority of voters and states are made irrelevant in presidential elections because of state winner-take-all statutes. The article provides legal authorities to refute the various invalid legal arguments against the compact and data to refute the various invalid political arguments.