Electoral Reform Measure Stalls

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(Sacramento, CA)
Friday, September 28, 2007

Just as the committee began gathering signatures to get the Republican-backed measure on the ballot, several key supporters have resigned.   Fund-raiser Marty Wilson of Sacramento says there just wasn’t enough support – financial or otherwise.  

Under the measure, California would have awarded its votes by congressional district, rather than the current winner-take-all method.   That could have meant a significant number of electoral votes for the Republican candidate in a state that leans left.  Democrats had launched a counter-campaign, calling it a G-O-P plot that could alter the outcome of the 2008 presidential election.