H.J.Res.121 - Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to increase by 29 votes the number of electoral votes awarded to the candidate for President who receives the largest percentage of the popular vote.

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  • Official: Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to increase by 29 votes the number of electoral votes awarded to the candidate for President who receives the largest percentage of the popular vote. as introduced.

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10/23/2012--Introduced.Constitutional Amendment - Increases by 29 electoral votes the number of electoral votes awarded to the candidate for President who receives the largest percentage of the total popular vote. Declares that these votes shall not be considered votes cast by Electors and

Official Summary

10/23/2012--Introduced.Constitutional Amendment - Increases by 29 electoral votes the number of electoral votes awarded to the candidate for President who receives the largest percentage of the total popular vote. Declares that these votes shall not be considered votes cast by Electors and shall not affect the total number of votes necessary to constitute a majority of the whole number of Electors appointed.

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