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From the Princeton Election Consortium Blog

Tuesday January 12, 2021

In Wisconsin, hidden flaws in new proposal for electoral votes

by Zachariah Sippy

State Representative Gary Tauchen (R) has introduced a bill in the Wisconsin General Assembly to change the way electoral votes are allocated. Instead of a winner-take-all system, his proposal would dole them out by congressional districts. At first, this plan looks like it would help Republicans. But the real long-term beneficiaries might be Democrats— and […]