Editorial note from Conservative Intel: If the fix discussed in the article below had been in place in just 5 states in 2012, it would have been changed the results and Romney would have won the Election. It is constitutional and would limit voter fraud.
Virginia’s Republican-controlled Legislature is moving to drastically change the way in which the state’s Electoral College votes are allocated.
According to the Associated Press, a State Senate subcommittee voted to recommend a bill from state Sen. Bill Carrico, which would apportion Virginia’s Electoral College votes by congressional district.
On top of that, the presidential candidate who wins the majority of the districts would win the two at-large electoral votes not tied to congressional districts.
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