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Topic - National Popular Vote Inc.
National Popular Vote Inc. is a non-profit organization based in Los Altos, California, launched in 2006 by Barry Fadem and John Koza, and led by Fadem, Koza and businessman, reform advocate and past Independence Party candidate for Governor of New York B. Thomas Golisano. Its purpose, according to its official website, is "to study, analyze and educate the public regarding a proposal to provide for the nationwide popular election of the President", and it champions the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact. - Source: Wikipedia
National Popular Vote Inc. is one of California's lesser-known advocacy organizations. Its chairman, John Koza, is best known as the co-founder of Scientific Games Inc., the company that invented the instant lottery ticket.