...I'm beginning to think so
Former Ohio Democratic Party Chairman David J. Leland and his law partner, Jon Allison, who served as chief of staff to former Gov. Bob Taft, have signed on to help promote a major change in the way the nation elects a president.
They have joined National Popular Vote, an organization that wants to change the Electoral College by guaranteeing that the candidate who receives the most popular votes in the 50 states would win the presidency. The organization wants a majority of states to join in the system - requiring approval from either the legislatures or state voters.
Leland and Allison are planning to lobby lawmakers to join the system, and they could push for a statewide initiative.