NO TO ROGUE ELECTORS!
US Supreme Court sides with popular vote
On July 06, the US Supreme Court ruled unanimously that a state may require presidential electors to support the winner of its popular vote and may punish or replace those who don’t. Under the system set out in the US Constitution in the 18th century, a presidential election’s winner is determined not by amassing a majority in the national popular vote, but by securing a majority of electoral votes allotted to the 50 US states and the District of Columbia.
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