Math

At an Amendment Convention twelve solid red states*, with a total of 52 electoral votes (less than 10% of the total), will hold the balance of power, with almost a quarter of the vote.  California will have one vote, but if voting power is determined according to the Electoral College it would have 55, more than the twelve red states combined.  Why would these states, or any red state, vote for anything other than one state, one vote?  This is the way I should have framed my argument to Senator Nicholas, instead of the more general point that I did make.

He figured it out.

Alaska, Montana, South Dakota, North Dakota, Wyoming, Idaho, New Hampshire, Nebraska, Utah, Kansas, Arkansas and Mississippi.

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