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_creationDate   April 17, 2007 2:45:57 PM
_modificationDate   November 17, 2014 6:54:36 AM
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_fullText   {{Item |author=Ed Quillen |source=The Denver Post |date=April 13, 2007 |url=http://www.denverpost.com/opinionheadlines/ci_5655087 |quote="If there were credible allegations of voter intimidation or fraud in some other state, would you want it to be able to determine where your state's electoral ...
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Author   Ed Quillen
Source   The Denver Post
Date   April 13, 2007
URL   http://www.denverpost.com/opinionheadlines/ci_5655087
Quote   "If there were credible allegations of voter intimidation or fraud in some other state, would you want it to be able to determine where your state's electoral vote went? Probably not. There would be an outcry, and we'd be back to where we are now. The Electoral College has been a mess almost since Day One, but to date, the reform proposals demonstrate only one certainty: There's no good way to fix it."
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No fixing Electoral College by Ed Quillen (The Denver Post, April 13, 2007) (view)

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Topic   National Popular Vote Interstate Compact
Position_fragment   Compact should be passed
Position   National Popular Vote Interstate Compact / Compact should be passed
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Compact should be passed

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