Ahead of the vote, only one Republican elector said he would not confirm his vote for Trump. In an op-ed in the New York Times, Suprun said he had concerns about Trump's foreign policy experience and business conflicts.
You may have thought the presidential election was over weeks ago, but there's another step in the process. Each state has as many electors as it does members of Congress, in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.
We do not actually elect a president on the second Tuesday in November. "Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine", said Lizette Delgado-Polanco, the president of the 14-member body, making a reference to the former secretary of state's win of the popular vote.
But there is no evidence that enough Republican electors will abandon Trump.
It's Inauguration Day, Jan. 20, and the president-elect is sworn in as president of the United States.
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Harvard Law School professor Larry Lessig, one of those activists, offered free legal aid to any electors breaking with their state in hopes of derailing Trump's path to the White House.
Mrs Clinton's campaign chairman, Mr John Podesta, said it was an open question whether the Trump campaign colluded with Russian Federation.
The Electoral College vote won't be formalized until January 6, when Congress counts the ballots. "It's about delegitimizing the American system".
John Sexton was just writing yesterday about ongoing harassment of and threats to the electors in advance of tomorrow's vote, but the questions which have come up this cycle are going to linger well into the future. We have electors receiving 200,000 e-mails.
Trump has claimed that he lost the popular vote due to "the millions of people who voted illegally". "But for us, it's a good chance to feel like we're not alone in our anxieties and our fears about the future of our democracy", said Deborah Grogan, an OH native who now lives in the Upper Peninsula of MI. "Reversal would rip country apart".