"Anyone who voted for Governor Romney, and many Pennsylvanians did, does not have any reflection of that vote in the electoral college vote," Pileggi told Bloomberg News. "This is a proposal that is not party specific or partisan in any way, but just an attempt to have the popular vote reflected in the electoral college vote."
Maine and Nebraska already split their votes, though Obama won all five of Maine's and Romney all four of Nebraska's last year.
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