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  Bill to change how Michigan divvies up electoral votes back in the Lansing mix
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Last EditedRP  Mar 10, 2015 08:12pm
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CategoryProposed Legislation
AuthorSarah Cwiek
News DateSaturday, March 7, 2015 02:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionA bill that would change how Michigan allocates its electoral college votes is back in the mix in Lansing.

Republican state representatives Cindy Gamrat, Todd Courser, Thomas Hooker, and Gary Glenn introduced the bill this week.

It proposes that each of the state’s 14 Congressional districts gets one electoral vote — with the two remaining votes going to the statewide winner.

Currently, nine of those 14 districts lean Republican.
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