Legislation introduced in Delaware’s House of Representatives last week proposed making the state, home of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, the third in the nation to not give all of its electoral college votes to the presidential candidate who wins the popular vote statewide.

If passed into law, House Bill 257, sponsored by state Rep. Stephen Smyk, R-Milton, and Sen. Dave Lawson, R-Marydel, would allocate one of Delaware’s three presidential electors to each of its three counties based on the popular vote in each respective county.

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