The Electoral College vs. Popular Vote Debate in PA.
When State Senator Daylin Leach stopped by Triad Strategies last week he touched on the topic of Electoral College reform in Pennsylvania, and discussed various proposals that, if they had been in effect, would have altered the 2012 Electoral College map.
Senator Leach examines the pros and cons of Electoral College reform and exams the differences between the current Electoral College vs. Popular Vote plan that has been introduced across the country. The Senator views both Electoral College bills advanced by House and Senate Republicans as attempts to alter the Electoral College map and views them as part of a recipe for rigging elections.
Senator Leach concludes by affirming that he supports the National Popular Vote, in which the presidential candidate who gets the most votes would win the election.
For more information about Senator Leach, you can find him on Facebook facebook.com/daylin.leach/ - Twitter twitter.com/daylinleach or his website senatorleach.com/
This video was produced by Triad Strategies. Triad Strategies, LLC, is a bipartisan lobbying, public affairs, strategic communications, grassroots advocacy, issue management consulting firm located in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, with offices in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh.