Delaware Democrat Gov signs national popular vote bill
Delaware Gov. John Carney, a Democrat, signed into law this week a bill allocating his state's three electoral college votes to whichever candidate wins the so-called "national popular vote," should a sufficient number of allied states' votes be similarly committed.
This makes Delaware the 13th state to join the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact, a movement being pushed almost exclusively by Democrats as a way to dispense with the electoral college and select the President based on a raw vote total.
To take effect they require 270 electoral votes. The...