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Did You Know?

  • The population of the U.S. is very unevenly distributed, leading to unequal representation of voter concerns.
  • 1/2 of the U.S. population lives in only 9 states. These states are California, Texas, Illinois, Michigan, Georgia, Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and New York.
  • 1/3 of our population lives in 16 states. These states are Washington, Arizona, Colorado, Minnesota, Missouri, Louisiana, Wisconsin, Indiana, Tennessee, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, and Massachusetts.
  • This leaves 1/6 of the U.S. population spread among the remaining 25 states. These rural states contain many of our nation's farmland, national resources, and national treasures. The current Electoral College fails to equally represent the voters who maintain these aspects of our country.

Write Your Congressperson

Show Your Support for Equal Voice Voting!

Change in the electoral vote occurs at the state level. As interest is gained in a movement to make voting more equitable, individual states can vote to change their approach to the Electoral College, creating national momentum for a movement like Equal Voice Voting. Send an email to your state Senators and state Representatives letting them know that you support Equal Voice Voting and that they should, too.

Look up your state Senators and state Representatives by entering your state's name and legislature. For example, search for Oregon legislature (replace Oregon with your own state). Usually the state website you reach will guide you to find your legislators. Their contact information will be available to you so you can call them, send an email or write a letter to them.

You can also show your support for this movement by purchasing the book, Making All Votes Count!, from The book will also soon be available for Kindle and the Kindle App for the iPad and iPhone.