One way for Hillary to "lose"

California voting switch
may boost GOP hopes
By Matthew Garrahan in Los Angeles
November 15 2007 02:00

Republican candidates are trailing Hillary
Clinton in the presidential polls but the revival
of a campaign to change the way California
allocates its 55 electoral college votes has
raised the party’s hopes for next year’s election.

The California Counts campaign, which has several
prominent Republican backers, wants to replace
the “winner-takes-all” system for electoral vote
allocation with one based on the number of
congressional districts won by each candidate.

“It would essentially give away 22 electoral
college votes that a Democrat candidate could
count on [in California],” said Steven Hill,
director of the political reform programme for
the New America Foundation, a non-partisan
think-tank.

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