Proposition 113 would enter Colorado into the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC). The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) is an interstate compact to award member states’ presidential electors to the candidate that receives the most votes nationwide. The NPVIC will go into effect if states representing at least 270 Electoral College votes—the number required to win the presidency—adopt the legislation.

Rose Pugliese is a County Commissioner representing District 3 of Mesa County, and is opposed to Proposition 113. On this week’s episode, she shares the reasons for her opposition which include the belief that submitting to a compact of this type is tantamount to vote theft, a diminishing of Colorado’s voice in national issues, and more. You can see more at ProtectColoradosVote.org.

Rose graduated with honors from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology and a minor in Japanese. She attended St. John’s University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Colorado, New York, and Florida. She is a dedicated member of the community, is a member of Rotary and participates in many community service projects.

Hosted by Colorado Business Roundtable President Debbie Brown.