Colorado Gov. Jared Polis Jared Schutz PolisColorado congressional delegation, governor asked Pentagon for Space Command base Blue state band together looking at bypass Electoral College Ex-Maine GOP gov: White people do not get anything to say if Electoral College is preventing MORE (D) to sign the law Friday a bill that will provide Votes to the State Election to the presidential candidate who won the national popular vote.
Colorado now joins 11 other states and the District of Columbia as part of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact.  "It is important to understand that the National Popular Vote bill is broadly expanding Colorado's voice by choosing the president of the United States," John Koza, chairman of the National Popular Vote, said in a statement.
A joint agreement will only be effective if enough states sign on that there will be a total of 270 electoral votes – the number required to win the presidency.
Adding nine Colorado Election voters bring total to 181.
President Trump Donald John TrumpDenver Post editorial board says Gardner endorsements are & # 39; mistakes & # 39; NY attorney general: Evidence shows Trump misused charity for presidential campaign Sanders says Trump administration based on "hate and lies" MORE won the 2016 election with 304 electoral votes compared to 227 for Hillary Clinton Hillary Diane Rodham ClintonSanders Institute shutting down criticism The Denver Post editorial board said Gardner endorsement was & # 39; mistake & # 39; : The democrats will try again to pass the bill making the Mueller public report MORE .
Clinton has appeared Trump in the national popular vote of nearly 3 million votes.