Trump supports Nebraska governor seeking ‘winner-takes-all’ state election

Former President Trump encourages efforts in Nebraska to change the state’s election system to a “winner-takes-all” system.

Nebraska is one of only two states in the United States that does not use the winner-takes-all system, the the other being Maine. Both states award Electoral College votes based on district, sometimes leading Democrats to recruit an extra delegate from the majority-red state.

Governor. Jim Pills has come out in favor of a bill introduced by a state senator seeking to bring Nebraska’s election system in line with the rest of the country.

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“I am a strong supporter of Senator [Loren] Lippincott’s win-win bill (LB 764) has been since the beginning. This would bring Nebraska closer to 48 of our fellow states, better reflect the intent of the Founders, and ensure our state speaks with one voice in presidential elections,” Pillen said in a statement Tuesday.

He added: “I am calling on my Republican colleagues in the Legislature to forward this bill to my desk so that I can sign it.”


Trump released a copy of the governor’s statement to its exclusive social media platform, Truth Social, the same day.


This was followed by a separate message expressing support for change nebraska to a winner-takes-all system.

“Governor Jim Pillen of Nebraska, a very smart and popular governor, who has done some very great things, today issued a very strong letter in support of returning Nebraska’s electoral votes to a winner-take-all system,” he said. Trump wrote via Truth Social on Tuesday.

Former President Donald Trump appears in a campaign ad posted on his Truth Social account.

“Most people in Nebraska have wanted to return to this system for a very long time, because that’s what 48 other states are doing. That’s what the founders wanted, and it’s good for Nebraska,” Trump added. .

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