The Electoral College: Why N.H. and the country would lose in a national popular vote system

The Electoral College votes are counted by Congress on Jan. 6. Learn how the Electoral College really works and the role it plays in our republic by joining us for a virtual luncheon on Thursday. Jan. 7: How the Electoral College works and why it’s worth keeping, with Trent England and Joe Pinion.

Speakers: Trent England is executive director of Save Our States, a group dedicated to defending the Electoral College.

Joe Pinion is chairman of A Better Us, a philanthropic project devoted to fighting poverty and strengthening communities. 

Save Our States last year released a documentary, “Safeguard: An Electoral College Story,” to explain the unintended (and intended) consequences of abolishing the Electoral College in favor of a national popular vote. In this discussion, we’ll talk about the merits and flaws of the Electoral College system and the perils of replacing it with a national popular vote. 

This Zoom webinar will last approximately 30 minutes. There is no charge to attend.