MIDYEAR MEETING 2021 - HOUSE OF DELEGATES RESOLUTION

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ADOPTED AS REVISED


Urges states to adopt certain principles in administering elections for President of the United States and urges that if a dispute arises as to the proper recipient of the electoral votes for a state, Congress should give controlling effect to the winner of the popular vote for that state (or, if the state allocates electoral votes by congressional district, to the winner of the popular vote in each congressional district), as provided by the law in effect before the election.

Proposed Resolution and Report

Final Resolution