Well, it’s official. Oregon has signed onto the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. And with that, the entire Left Coast has joined this effort, which is no surprise. Oregon’s Democratic Gov. Kate Brown signed the bill into law yesterday. California and Washington State had already joined this movement years ago, with then-Governor Jerry Brown of California and Christine Gregoire of Washington joining the effort to alter the Electoral College in 2009 and 2011 respectively (via The Oregonian):
Oregon’s Electoral College votes could potentially be awarded to a presidential candidate who doesn’t get the most votes in Oregon.