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U.S. Supreme Court to consider Washington’s 2016 ‘faithless electors,’ who refused to vote for Hillary Clinton

Seattle Times Saturday, 18 January 2020
The U.S. Supreme Court will weigh before the 2020 election on whether states can punish or replace electors who disregard the will of their states' voters.
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News video: US Supreme Court agrees to take up Colorado's 'faithless electors' case

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The United States Supreme Court will hear arguments in Colorado’s “faithless electors” case , the court said Friday, after the state in October appealed a federal court ruling that said that presidential electors could back whichever candidate they choose no matter the popular vote of a state.

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