Change voting style
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Change voting style

To: Gov. Green, Rep. Garrett, Sen. Fukunaga

From: A constituent in Honolulu, HI

January 18

The current presidential election system has been criticized for its shortcomings, including instances where the popular vote winner did not secure the presidency. The National Popular Vote bill, enacted in 17 jurisdictions, aims to rectify this by guaranteeing the presidency to the candidate with the most popular votes nationwide. However, 65 more electoral votes are needed for it to take effect. This bill could potentially increase voter turnout and provide a platform for third-party candidates, thus ensuring a more inclusive and representative democracy. It is crucial to consider the compatibility of ranked choice voting with a national popular vote. Therefore, it is requested to support the National Popular Vote bill and explore the potential of ranked choice voting to ensure every citizen's voice is heard.

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