In last-shot bid, thousands urge electoral college to block Trump at Monday vote

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Pressure on members of the electoral college to select someone other than Donald Trump has grown dramatically — and noisily — in recent weeks, causing some to waver but yielding little evidence that Trump will fall short when electors convene in most state capitals Monday to cast their votes.

Carole Joyce of Arizona expected her role as a GOP elector to be pretty simple: She would meet the others in Phoenix and carry out a vote for Trump, who won the most votes in her state and whom she personally supported.

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1 thought on “In last-shot bid, thousands urge electoral college to block Trump at Monday vote”

  1. Mr. Trump won the election.
    I think someone is going to have to explain to all those rich people in his future cabinet that they do not have the job because the Democrats cheated.
    Then maybe a few billionaires might get active legally to throw a curve at those that did not do their legal duty to vote as their state delegated them to do.
    I suggest that thousands of donors to the Democrat Party suddenly find a new use for their money besides donating to a bunch of cowardly thieves who do not keep their word.

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