After the vote deadlocked in a partisan vote, Wyman struck the tie. Because the charge has penalties the bill was referred by Duff to the law-writing Judiciary Committee, which will review the bill weekly. In the House, the National Popular Vote legislation will align the state with a growing set of countries that promise to pool their electoral votes – Connecticut has seven – and also provide them to future presidential candidates who win the most number of individual ballots among participating states.

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