Former Ohio Attorney General Ken Blackwell plans to lead a national effort to rig the electoral college to help the 2016 Republican presidential candidate.
Republicans who hold power in states that have voted Democratic in the last few presidential contests, including Virginia and Pennsylvania, are considering a change to their apportionment of electoral votes. Instead of a winner-take-all system for the state, electoral votes would be doled out by congressional district, using highly-gerrymandered maps. The result is that a state like Pennsylvania, which voted for President Obama by more than 5 percent in 2012, would have given most of its electoral votes to Mitt Romney.
That plan is now receiving national backing, thanks to Blackwell and GOP operative Jordan Gehrke.
:...congressional district, using highly-gerrymandered maps"
Stick - this is exactly what happened in Dem controlled Illinois in a bid for Dems to get more congressional seats last November, and it worked. Is it OK when it's Dems that "Rig the Vote"? IMO you a crying crocodile tears on this.