More on Who Is Behind Effort to Put a Popular Vote Measure for Electoral College on Ohio Ballot

Cincinnati Enquirer:

Columbus attorney Don McTigue, who submitted the proposed amendment, referred The Enquirer to Reed Hundt, CEO of Making Every Vote Count, a nonprofit that advocates electing the president through a national popular vote. Hundt, reached by phone Monday, said his group offered legal advice to the petitioners but he would not say who they were or answer any questions about the effort.

But emails obtained by The Enquirer through a public records request show five petitioners have been named to the amendment committee: James J. Bishop, Carole A. DePaola, Karen Sue Foley, and Daniel J. McKay of Columbus; and David P. Little of Cincinnati.

McKay is the Franklin County Democratic Party executive director. DePaola is the secretary of the Ohio Democratic Party Women’s Caucus and was a 2016 elector for Hillary Clinton.

Little, a longtime Southwest Ohio political consultant, declined to comment when asked by The Enquirer who was organizing or paying for the effort.


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