Hickenlooper Flips On National Popular Vote

In March 2019, John Hickenlooper wasn’t on board with the effort to eliminate the Electoral College and move to a national popular vote for election our president.

There’s at least one Democrat running for president who is not fully on board with the national popular vote idea: Former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.

“There’s a lot to be said for it, but I’m not quite there yet to say I support it,” Hickenlooper told The Sun, as first reported in The Unaffiliated politics newsletter. “In the end, our Founding Fathers got things pretty right. It might be best to just stay right where we are.”

Colorado Sun

But changed his position during a June 16, 2020 televised debate:

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