All votes are equal. The candidate with the most votes should become President.
But today, the people do not choose the President. Two of the last three Presidents took office after losing the national popular vote. The system produces unfair policy and puts our elections at risk of tampering. The system does not work as the Founders intended. Our goal is to ensure every vote counts by moving to a national popular vote. We are more than 60% of the way to changing Presidential elections.
New analysis shows that in one in three future close Presidential elections the candidate that wins the popular vote will not become President. Read Making Every Vote Count's breaking press release to learn more.
MEVC Launch Presentations
Check out the presentations speakers gave at Making Every Vote Count's east coast launch event at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C.
Started in 2005, the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact is an agreement between states to select the President based on the national popular vote. More than 60% of states needed to activate the measure have already signed.