The legislation would bond Colorado with 11 other states and D.C. in selecting the president based on national popular vote, not the electoral college.
2016 Presidential Election
A bill at the state legislature would award Colorado’s nine electors to the presidential candidate who won the popular vote — if enough states get on board.
“I think this is one of the lowest moments that we've had as a country in our foreign policy in a long time,” Bennet told CPR News.
“According to Homeland Security, we were not attacked, probed, breached, infiltrated or penetrated,” Secretary of State Wayne Williams said in a response on Friday.
Voters' names and addresses will be given to the White House commission. Dates of birth and social security numbers won't be.
"We will provide publicly available information," Wayne Williams says, but not Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, or full dates of birth.
"We're watching, we're paying attention, we're aware, we're here, we're not going away," said one Denver protester.
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Democratic Sen. Andy Kerr, D-Lakewood, says legislation is in the works that would allow Colorado to join an interstate popular-vote compact.