Jamie Raskin is a Maryland Democratic State Senator, representing Takoma Park and Silver Spring. Elected in 2006, Mr. Raskin has passed nearly 50 bills on issues ranging from the environment to consumer rights, and has been named one of the most influential lawmakers in Maryland. He helped pass the nation’s first National Popular Vote law, which calls for an interstate compact requiring states to cast their Electoral College votes for the winner of the national popular vote. Mr. Raskin is also a constitutional law professor at American University’s Washington School of Law.

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