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Posted: 12/17/2016 9:20:05 AM EST
In time past it has been a non-issue....but I would like to follow it real time......
Link Posted: 12/17/2016 9:30:31 AM EST
Interested as well.
Link Posted: 12/17/2016 9:49:15 AM EST
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Link Posted: 12/17/2016 9:50:56 AM EST
They meet at their individual state capitol to vote so I'd guess other than protests you won't see them voting.
Link Posted: 12/17/2016 10:02:29 AM EST
I considered going, but work superseded. At least Virginia's is live streamed.
Link Posted: 12/17/2016 2:37:53 PM EST
...come through arfcom....
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 8:50:02 AM EST
Shameless bump for more info.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 8:52:40 AM EST
It will be tracked heavily at this link:

Elector Tracking Site
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 8:57:09 AM EST
DU will be a riot! First hope and then the slow crushing of snowflakes.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 9:06:44 AM EST
Go to New York or LA and watch for the amount of tears.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 9:11:09 AM EST
Bump for sub
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 9:14:00 AM EST
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 11:12:26 AM EST
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Link Posted: 12/18/2016 12:23:58 PM EST
NST
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 12:25:32 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/18/2016 12:25:52 PM EST by millfire517]
Good thing it's gonna be cold as fuck around the country. Hopefully very few protests or riots
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 12:40:57 PM EST
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Originally Posted By millfire517:
Good thing it's gonna be cold as fuck around the country. Hopefully very few protests or riots
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Aww hell, so many transplants in Oregon it's easy to spot the imposters - they can't even handle rain!

Link Posted: 12/18/2016 2:46:23 PM EST
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Link Posted: 12/18/2016 2:47:41 PM EST
Originally Posted By southernguy:
In time past it has been a non-issue....but I would like to follow it real time......
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Why is it an issue now?

Pretty simple...vote accordingly or start a civil war.

There is no other answer. Take away our peaceful means to exchange power and we will no longer have peace.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 2:51:10 PM EST
Let's say they hijack the election...

518 hillary,  20 donald



What then?
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 2:54:49 PM EST
Pretty sure every news outlet, mainstream or otherwise, is going to be covering the elector vote.

The big three will probably have a setup on par with the election night vote returns.

What I'd like is a public post of the electors who did not vote, flipped their vote to the losing party, or voted for a candidate not on the ballot.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 2:57:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By CavVet:
Let's say they hijack the election...

518 hillary,  20 donald



What then?
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Not advocating violence, but I'm fairly certain the electors who are part of this hypothetical "hijack", will be in fear for their safety wherever they go.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 3:06:40 PM EST
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Link Posted: 12/18/2016 3:11:09 PM EST
The votes are not officially counted until a Joint Session of Congress unseals the ballots and tallies them up on I think January 6th. I'm not sure that every state announces their results on the day of the vote.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 3:19:01 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Medicfrost:
It will be tracked heavily at this link:

Elector Tracking Site
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Dick
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 3:49:23 PM EST
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It will be tracked heavily at this link:

Elector Tracking Site
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DAMN YOU!!

Link Posted: 12/18/2016 4:01:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mcgredo:
The votes are not officially counted until a Joint Session of Congress unseals the ballots and tallies them up on I think January 6th. I'm not sure that every state announces their results on the day of the vote.
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That seriously sucks. I ready for this shit to be over.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 4:06:50 PM EST
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Link Posted: 12/18/2016 4:07:56 PM EST
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Originally Posted By CavVet:
Let's say they hijack the election...

518 hillary,  20 donald



What then?
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Then you go read a book.

Congress has to confirm the result of the EC.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 4:12:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By 15jonshoot:
They meet at their individual state capitol to vote so I'd guess other than protests you won't see them voting.
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Yup, each state votes, and then those tallies are sent to ...Congress, I think? Or the House, where they get verified. Then, it's all squared away and announced like the day before the inauguration.
Link Posted: 12/18/2016 4:27:33 PM EST
[Last Edit: 12/18/2016 4:31:25 PM EST by threedogs]
List of Electors, 2016….


Alabama[edit]
Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President[2]

Perry O. Hooper Jr., Pike Road, At-Large [3]
Grady H. Thornton, Birmingham, At-Large
Frank Burt Jr., Bay Minette, CD1
Will B. Sellers, Montgomery, CD2
James Eldon Wilson, Montgomery, CD3
Tim Wadsworth, Arley, CD4
J. Elbert Peters, Huntsville, CD5
Mary Sue McClurkin, Indian Springs, CD6
Robert A. Cusanelli, Carrollton, CD7
[4]

Alaska[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [5]

Sean Parnell, Palmer
Jacqueline Tupou, Juneau
Carolyn Leman, Anchorage
[4]

Arizona[edit]
Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

J. Foster Morgan, Glendale[6][7] — The youngest elector, at 19.
Walter Begay Jr., Kayenta
Bruce Ash, Tucson - National Committeeman
Sharon Giese, Mesa
James O’Connor, Scottsdale
Jerry Hayden, Scottsdale
Robert Graham, Phoenix - State Party Chairman
Edward Robson, Phoenix
Carole Joyce, Phoenix
Alberto Gutier, Phoenix
Jane Pierpoint Lynch, Phoenix[4]
Arkansas[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Jonathan Barnett[9]
Jonelle Fulmer
Keith Gibson
Tommy Land
John Nabholz
Sharon Wright
[4]

California[edit]
Electors: 55, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[4][10]

Dustin R. Reed, Concord
Javier Gonzalez, San Jose
Shawn E. Terris, Ventura
John M. Ryan, San Rafael
Mark W. Headley, Berkeley
Gail R. Teton-Landis, Santa Barbara
Faith A. Garamendi, Davis
Ana A. Huerta, Bakersfield
Marie S. Torres, Hacienda Heights
Kathleen R. Scott, Lincoln
Donna M. Ireland, Pleasanton
Robert S. Torres, Pomona
Timothy J. Farley, Martinez
Christine T. Kehoe, San Diego
Dorothy N. Vann, Long Beach
Analea J. Patterson, Sacramento
Vinzenz J. Koller, Carmel - Has indicated that he is undecided, currently suing California over law forcing him to vote for Clinton.[11][12]
David S. Warmuth, Pasadena
Janine V. Bera, Elk Grove
Andrew R. Krakoff, Orinda
Karen D. Waters, Inglewood
Sandra M. Aduna, Laguna Woods
Katherine A. Lyon, Coronado
Shirley N. Weber, San Diego
Saundra G. Andrews, Oakland
John P. MacMurray, La Habra
Denise B. Wells, Victorville
Jane C. Block, Riverside
Sheldon Malchicoff, Westlake Village
Gregory H. Willenborg, Los Angeles
Edward Buck, West Hollywood
Nury Martinez, San Fernando
Laurence S. Zakson, Los Angeles
Francine P. Busby, Cardiff
Gwen Moore, Los Angeles
Laphonza R. Butler, Los Angeles
Cathy A. Morris, Rancho Cucamonga
Benjamin Cardenas, Montebello
Stephen J. Natoli, Visalia
Jacki M. Cisneros, Los Angeles
Mark A. Olbert, San Carlos
Raymond L. Cordova, Garden Grove
Christine Pelosi, San Francisco - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Steven D. Diebert, Fresno
Carmen O. Perez, Long Beach
James A. Donahue, El Cerrito
Celine G. Purcell, Redwood City
Patrick F. Drinan, Escondido
Andres Ramos, Elk Grove
Susan Eggman, Stockton
Olivia A. Reyes-Becerra, Stanford
Eileen Feinstein Mariano, San Francisco
Priscilla G. Richardson, Cathedral City
Natalie P. Fortman, Valencia
Steve J. Spinner, Atherton
Colorado[edit]
Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[14]

Micheal Baca, Denver[15]
Terry Phillips, Louisville
Mary Beth Corsentino, Pueblo
Jerad Sutton, Greeley; has indicated he will not vote for Hillary Clinton.[16]
Robert Nemanich, Colorado Springs; has indicated he will not vote for Hillary Clinton.[16]
Amy Drayer, Greenwood Village
Ann Knollman, Arvada
Sen. Rollie Heath, Boulder
Hon. Polly Baca, Denver; has indicated she will cast her vote for an alternative Republican candidate.[17]
Connecticut[edit]
Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Barbara Gordon, West Hartford[18]
Ellen Nurse, Hartford
Edward Piazza, New Haven
Tyisha Walker, New Haven
Christopher Rosario, Bridgeport
Robert Godfrey, Danbury
Steven Jones, Tolland
[4]

Delaware[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Lynn Fuller
Lydia York
Linda Cavanaugh
[4]

District of Columbia[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Anita Bonds - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Jack Evans
Franklin Garcia
[4]

Florida[edit]
Electors: 29, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Tony Ledbetter[19]
Pam Bondi[20]
Sharon Day
Ade Aderibigbe[21]
Larry Ahern
Brian Ballard[22]
Kristy Banks
Michael Barnett
Lizbeth Benacquisto
Robin Bernstein
John Browning
Dena DeCamp
Nick DiCeglie
Jeremy Evans
John Falconetti
Peter Feaman
Kat Gates-Skipper
Joe Gruters
Debbie Hannifan
Blaise Ingoglia
Mike Moberley
Susan Moore
Joe Negron
Clint Pate
Ray Rodrigues
Carlos Trujillo
Robert Watkins
Susie Wiles
Christian Ziegler
[4]

Georgia[edit]
Electors: 16, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Bruce Allen Azevedo
Brian K Burdette
Lott Harris Dill
John David Elliott
James Randolph Evans
Bobbie D. Frantz
Linda D. Herren
Rachel Blackstone Little
Deborah M. McCord
Michael Neil McNeely
Mary L. Padgett
Neil L. Pruitt
Joshua Kirk Shook
Frank B. Strickland
Baoky Nguyen Vu (resigned, will be replaced by alternate)
John B. White
[4]

Hawaii[edit]
Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[23]

Electors[edit]
John Bickel
Janice Bond
Marie (Dolly) Strazar
David Mulinix
[4]

First Alternates[edit]
Kainoa Kaumeheiwa-Rego
Eileen McKee
Michael Golojuch Sr.
Yvonne Lau
Second Alternates[edit]
Carolyn Golojuch
Julie Patten
Michele Golojuch
Leo Caries
Idaho[edit]
Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [24] Two (Bangerter and Smyser) shall be replaced on Electoral College Monday, inasmuch as Federal employees cannot be electors. [25]

Layne Bangerter
Caleb Lakey
Jennifer Locke
Melinda Smyser[4]
Illinois[edit]
Electors: 20, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[26]

Toni Preckwinkle
Carrie Austin
Silvana Tabares
Jesus "Chuy" Garcia
Pam Cullerton
Nancy Sheperdson - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Vera Davis
William Marovitz - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Barbara Flynn Currie
John R. Daley
Michelle Mussman
Lauren Beth Gash, Highland Park
Kevin Duffy Blackburn, Joliet
Jerry Costello, Belleville
Carol Ammons, Urbana
Mark Guethle, North Aurora
Flint Taylor, McLeansboro
John Nelson, Rockford
Don Johnston, Rock Island.
Shirley McCombs[4]
Indiana[edit]
Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [27]

Stephanie Beckley, Jamestown
Daniel Bortner, Bedford
Laura Campbell, Carmel
Jeff Cardwell, Indianapolis
Donald L. Hayes, Jasper
Randall Kirkpatrick, Ligonier
Ethan E. Manning, Peru
Macy Kelly Mitchell, Indianapolis
Edwin J. Simcox, Fishers
Kevin Steen, Muncie
Chuck Williams, Valparaiso
[4]

Iowa[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

James Whitmer
Don Kass
Dylan Keller
Alan Braun
Kurt Brown
Polly Granzow
Danielle Massey
[4]

Kansas[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Ashley J. McMillan, Concordia, party vice chair.[28]
Helen Van Etten, Topeka, national committeewoman.
Mark Kahrs, Wichita, national committeeman.
Ron Estes, Wichita, Kansas State Treasurer.
Clayton L. Barker, Leawood, party executive director.
Kelly Arnold, Wichita, party chairman.
[4]

Kentucky[edit]
Electors: 8, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Jim Skaggs - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “I fully intend to vote for Donald Trump,” he said. “I think it’s a duty.” [29]
David Disponett
Robert Duncan
Michael Carter
Scott Lasley
Walter Reichert
Mary Singleton
Troy Sheldon
[4]

Louisiana[edit]
Electors: 8, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Chris Trahan, CD1 [30]
Lloyd Harsh, CD2
Charles Buckels, CD3
Louis Avalone, CD4
Kay Katz, CD5
Lennie Rhys, CD6
Garret Monti, At Large
Scott Wilfong, At Large
[4]

(1st-alternate) Candy Maness
(2nd-alternate) Jennifer Madsen
(3rd-alternate) Christian Gil
(4th-alternate) Constance Diane Long
(5th-alternate) Verne Breland
(6th-alternate) Glenda Pollard
(At Large-alternate) John Batt
(At Large-alternate) Raymond Griffin
Maine[edit]
Electors: 4[31]

Democratic Party[edit]
3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

(1st) Diane Denk of Kennebunk
(At Large) David Bright of Dixmont
(At Large) Sam Shapiro of Winslow
[4]

Republican Party[edit]
1, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

(2nd) Richard A. Bennett of Oxford [4]
Maryland[edit]
Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[32]

Lesley Israel
Robert Leonard
Lillian Holmes
Salome Peters
Hagner Mister
Claudia Martin
Courtney Watson - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Karen Britto
Susan Ness
Wayne Rogers
[4]

Massachusetts[edit]
Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Nazda Alam
Mary Gail Cokkinias
Marie Turley
Dori Dean
Donna Smith
Cheryl Cumings
Marc Pacheco
Curtis Lemay
Jason Palitsch
Paul Yorkis
Parwez Wahid
[4]

Michigan[edit]
Electors: 16, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

John Haggard
Jack Holmes
Kelly Mitchell
Judy Rapanos
Henry Hatter
Robert Weitt
Wyckham Seelig
Ross Ensign
Michael Banerian
Brian Fairbrother
Ken Crider
Mary Vaughn
Jim Rhoades — Motorcycle lobbyist.[33]
William Rauwerdink
Hank Fuhs
Joseph Guzman
[4]

Minnesota[edit]
Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Fred Knudson
Roger Gehrke
Marge Hoffa
Raymond Hess
Muhammed Abdurrahman
Betsy O’Berry
Mike Wammer
Mary Murphy
Jules Goldstein
Sherrie Pugh[4]
Mississippi[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Ann Hebert
Joe F. Sanderson Jr.
Bradley R. White
J. Kelley Williams
William G. Yates Jr.
Wirt Yerger[4]
Missouri[edit]
Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Tim Dreste (1st)
Jan DeWeese (2nd)
Hector Maldonado (3rd) - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “I took an oath once to become a U.S. citizen,” he said, “and on Aug. 14, 1995, that was the first oath that I’ve taken to support the U.S. Constitution. A year later I took the oath again, to support the duties of being an officer in the U.S. Army. This was the third oath that I’ve taken to execute what I promised to do.” [29]
Sherry Kuttenkuler (4th)
Casey Crawford (5th)
Tom Brown (6th)
Cherry Warren (7th)
Scott Clark (8th)
Al Rotskoff
Susie Johnson[4]
Montana[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [34]

Thelma Baker
Nancy Ballance
Dennis Scranton
Vondene Kopetski (alternate)
Becky Stockton (alternate)
Thomas Tuck (alternate)[4]
Nebraska[edit]
Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Craig Safranek, Merna
Chuck Conrad, Hastings
John Dinkel, Norfolk
Phil Belin, Omaha
Paul Burger, Kearney
Nevada[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Dayananda Prabhu Rachakonda
Larry Jackson
Joetta Brown
Paul Catha II
Greg Gardella
Teresa Benitez-Thompson[35]
New Hampshire[edit]
Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

The only all-female slate of electors, all four of whom are the first Democratic women to hold their elected offices.

Terie Norelli- Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Bev Hollingworth- Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Dudley Dudley- Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Carol Shea-Porter - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
New Jersey[edit]
Electors: 14, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Alaa R. Abdelaziz of Paterson[36]
Tahsina Ahmed of Haledon — The first Bangladeshi-American female to hold elected office in the nation[37][38]
Anthony Cureton of Englewood
Lizette Delgado-Polanco of Ewing
Edward Farmer of Piscataway
Christopher D. James of East Orange
Leroy J. Jones Jr. of East Orange
Retha R. Onitiri of Clarksburg
Marlene Prieto of Secaucus
Ronald G. Rios of Carteret
Hetty M. Rosenstein of South Orange
Kelly Steward Maer of Manasquan
Mary Ann Wardlow of Lawnside
Heriberta Loretta Winters of Williamstown
[4]

New Mexico[edit]
Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[39]

Roxanne Allen, a Democratic ward chairwoman in Albuquerque.
Noyola Padilla Archibeque, chairwoman of the San Miguel Federation of Democratic Women in Las Vegas.
John Padilla, a Bernie Sanders delegate to this year’s Democratic National Convention and a ward chairman in Albuquerque.
Lorraine Spradling, a grassroots organizer in Los Lunas.
E. Paul Torres of Isleta Pueblo.
New York[edit]
Electors: 29, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[40]

William J. Clinton
Andrew M. Cuomo
Kathy C. Hochul
Thomas P. DiNapoli
Eric T. Schneiderman
Carl E. Heastie
Andrea Stewart-Cousins
Bill de Blasio
Letitia A. James
Scott M. Stringer
Melissa Mark-Viverito
Byron W. Brown
Christine C. Quinn
Basil A. Smikle, Jr.
Melissa Sklarz
Mario F. Cilento
Rhonda Weingarten
George K. Gresham
Daniel F. Donohue
Stuart H. Appelbaum
Gary S. LaBarbera
Lovely A. Warren
Stephanie A. Miner
Katherine M. Sheehan
Anastasia M. Somoza
Sandra Ung
Ruben Diaz, Jr.
Hazel L. Ingram — The oldest elector, at 93.
Rachel D. Gold[4]
North Carolina[edit]
15, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Linda Harper
Charles Staley
Karen Kozel
Martha Jenkins
Celeste Stanley
Donald Webb
Robert Muller
Jennifer Dunbar
Andrea Arterburn
Glenn Pinckney Sr.
Mark Delk
David Speight
Ann Sullivan
Lee Green
David Smuski[4]
North Dakota[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President[41]

John Olson
Duane Mutch
Bev Clayburgh
Ohio[edit]
Electors: 18, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Marilyn Ashcraft [42]
Curt Braden [42]
Christina Hagan [42]
Lee-Ann Johnson [43]
Ralph King [44]
Alex Triantafilou [44]
Mary Anne Christie
Corey Schottenstein
Jim Dicke II
Cheryl Blakely
Richard Jones
Tom Coyne
Judy Westbrock
Leonard Hubert
Tracey Winbush
James Wert
Brian Schottenstein
Ed Crawford[4]
Oklahoma[edit]
Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [45]

David Oldham
Teresa Lyn Turner
Mark Thomas
Bobby Cleveland
Lauree Elizabeth Marshall
Charles W. Potts
George W. Wiland, Jr.
[4]

Oregon[edit]
Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Frank James Dixon, Portland[46]
Karen A. Packer, Newberg
Austin Folnagy, Klamath Falls
Leon H. Coleman, Aloha
Harry W. "Sam" Sappington III, Albany
Timothy Norman Powers Rowan, Portland
Laura Gillpatrick, Eugene
[4]

Pennsylvania[edit]
Electors: 20, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Bob Asher
Mary Barket
Robert Bozzuto
Theodore (Ted) Christian
Michael Downing
Margaret Ferraro
Robert Gleason
Christopher Gleason
Joyce Haas
*Ash Khare
James McErlane
*Elstina Pickett
Patricia Poprik
Andrew Reilly
Carol Sides
Glora "Lee" Snover
Richard Stewart
Lawrence Tabas
Christine Toretti
Carolyn Bunny Welsh[4]
Rhode Island[edit]
Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Clay Pell - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
Grace Diaz
L. Susan Weiner
Frank J. Montanaro[4]
South Carolina[edit]
Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Glenn McCall
Matt Moore
Terry Hardesty
Jim Ulmer
Brenda Bedenbaugh
Bill Conley
Shery Smith
Moye Graham
Jerry Rovner[4][47]
South Dakota[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Marty Jackley[48]
Dennis Daugaard
Matt Michels[4]
Tennessee[edit]
Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Beth Scott Clayton Amos, a State Executive Committee member for the Republican party, member of the Board of the Estate Planning Council of Middle TN, At Large
Joey Jacobs of Brentwood as a statewide delegate (Pres & CEO of Acadia Healthcare), At Large
Jason Mumpower (Bristol), CD1
Susan Mills (Maryville), CD2
Liz Holiway (Harriman), CD3
Lynne Davis (Lascassas), CD4
Tom Lawless (Nashville), CD5 - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “Hell will freeze and we will be skating on the lava before I change,” he said. “He won the state and I’ve pledged and gave my word that that’s what I would do. And I won’t break it.” [29]
Mike Callahan (Monterey), CD6
Pat Allen (Clarksville), CD7
Shannon Haynes (Alamo), CD8
Drew Daniel (Memphis), CD9[4]
Texas[edit]
Electors: 38, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Marty Rhymes[49]
Thomas Moon
Carol Sewell
John E. Harper
Sherrill Lenz
Nicholas Ciggelakis
Will Hickman
Landon Estay
Rex Lamb
Rosemary Edwards
Matt Stringer
Shellie Surles
Melissa Kalka
Sandra Cararas
David Thackston
Robert Bruce
Margie Forster
Scott Mann
Marian K. Stanko
Tina Gibson
Ken Muenzter
Alexander Kim
Virginia Abel
Curtis Nelson
Kenneth Clark
Candace Noble
Fred Farias
John Dillard
Tom Knight
Marian Knowlton
Rex Teter
Stephen Suprun Jr.;
Jon Jewett
Susan Fischer
Lauren Byers
William Greene
Mary Lou Erben
Arthur Sisneros —
Utah[edit]
Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Cherilyn Eagar
Kris Kimball
Jeremy Jenkins
Peter Greathouse
Chia-Chi Teng
Richard Snelgrove[4]
Vermont[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Peter Shumlin
Martha Allen
Tim Jerman[4]
Virginia[edit]
Electors: 13, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[51]

Bethany J. Rowland, Chesapeake[52]
Debra Stevens Fitzgearld, Harrisonburg
James Harold Allen Boyd, Culpeper
Jasper L. Hendricks, III, Pamplin
Jeanette C. Sarver, Dublin
K. James O'Connor, Jr., Manassas
Kathy Stewart Shupe, Sterling
Keith A. Scarborough, Woodbridge
Lashrecse D. Aird, Petersburg
Susan Johnson Rowland, Chesapeake
Terry C. Frye, Bristol
Virginia L. Peters, Alexandria
Vivian J. Paige, Norfolk
[4]

Washington[edit]
Electors: 12, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President [53]

Elizabeth Caldwell
Dan Carpita
Peter Chiafalo - Undecided voter.[54]
Levi Guerra - Has stated she plans to vote for a Republican "consensus candidate."[55][56]
Eric Herde
Joshua Ivey
Esther John
Julie Johnson
Varisha Khan
Chris Porter
Robert Satiacum, Jr. - A member of the Puyallup Tribe. Undecided voter.[57][58]
Phillip Tyler
[4]

West Virginia[edit]
Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Ron Foster
Patrick Morrisey
Ann Urling
Mac Warner
Bill Cole[4]
Wisconsin[edit]
Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [59]

Kim Travis, Williams Bay, CD1
Kim Babler, Madison, CD2
Brian Westrate, Fall Creek, CD3 - Tweeted that he will vote for Donald Trump [60]
Brad Courtney, Whitefish Bay, CD4
Kathy Kiernan, Richfield, CD5
Dan Feyen, Fond du Lac, CD6
Jim Miller, Hayward, CD7
Bill Berglund, Sturgeon Bay, CD8
Steve King, Janesville, At Large
Mary Buestrin, River Hills, At Large
[4]

Wyoming[edit]
Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [61]

Bonnie Foster
Teresa Richards
Karl Allred[4]

From
Wiki FWIW.

Their addresses can't be too hard to find. Not that anyone might want to.

ETA: a space, to help keep the grammar nazis happy.
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Originally Posted By ARinKCMO:



Yup, each state votes, and then those tallies are sent to ...Congress, I think? Or the House, where they get verified. Then, it's all squared away and announced like the day before the inauguration.
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Each State has its Electors meet, usually in the capital, and they cast their ballots for each office. Since one can find records of past elections, it would appear that every State records how everyone voted. MI, MN, and possibly DC however will not count votes if they are other than as pledged (which is almost certainly unconstitutional). Each State then transmits the results sealed to Congress. On the day that the latter appoints for the purpose Congress meets in a joint session IIRC, and the President of the Senate opens the envelopes or whatnot containing the results from each State and reads them aloud, and they are recorded. At the end, the results are tallied. If there is someone with an absolute majority for each office, that person is pronounced to be the winner; if not, the appropriate House of Congress elects someone to hold the office(s) in question, chosen from the two with the most electoral votes for VP, and top three for Pres.
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 11:11:01 AM EST
Bump for updates
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Aww hell, so many transplants in Oregon it's easy to spot the imposters - they can't even handle rain!

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Why on Earth is the Portland left hegemony even protesting? Their EC votes are going to Clinton.

(Though it will be curious to see how many EC votes Sander's has by the end of the day today).

Link Posted: 12/19/2016 12:11:42 PM EST
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Originally Posted By mcgredo:
The votes are not officially counted until a Joint Session of Congress unseals the ballots and tallies them up on I think January 6th. I'm not sure that every state announces their results on the day of the vote.
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Yep.
"The Electoral College will vote in all 50 states and in D.C. today, but the time will vary from state-to-state. We’ll likely be able to get a good idea of who won by the time the day is over, especially from states that livestream their results or publicize who won right away. However, the votes won’t be officially counted until January 6, when they are counted by Congress."

http://heavy.com/news/2016/12/what-time-when-does-electoral-college-electors-vote-cast-votes-today-schedule-state-list/
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Link Posted: 12/19/2016 12:26:29 PM EST
I'm kinda looking for commentary predicting a clear win for Hillary. Maybe showing a running tally as the day goes on ending on Trump with what 305, Hillary 230 something? Then some crying, and tantrums, etc. That was fun the first time, why not do it again?
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 12:32:50 PM EST
I am watching CSPAN coverage of Pennsylvania and it is going as planned, boring. :)
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 12:35:04 PM EST
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270 to win
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Thank you

Me? I'm glad they are excited about the possibility (libtards think they have) to snake the election this way. It's gonna mean new, fresh liberal tears.
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Dick
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I concur
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 12:51:23 PM EST
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FYI:

Today:
The Electors meet in their state and vote for President and Vice President on separate ballots. The electors record their votes on six “Certificates of Vote,” which are paired with the six remaining Certificates of Ascertainment.The electors sign, seal, and certify six sets of electoral votes. A set of electoral votes consists of one Certificate of Ascertainment and one Certificate of Vote. These are distributed immediately as follows:
  • one set to the President of the Senate (the Vice President) for the official count of the electoral votes in January;
  • two packages to the Secretary of State in the state where the electors met—one is an archival set that becomes part of the public record of the Secretary of State's office and the other is a reserve set that is subject to the call of the President of the Senate to replace missing or incomplete electoral votes;
  • two packages to the Archivist—one is an archival set that becomes part of the permanent collection at the National Archives and Records Administration and the other is a reserve set that is subject to the call of the President of the Senate to replace missing or incomplete electoral votes; and
  • one set to the presiding judge in the district where the Electors met—this is also a reserve set that is subject to the call of the President of the Senate to replace missing or incomplete electoral votes.
December 28, 2016
Electoral votes (the Certificates of Vote) must be received by the President of the Senate and the Archivist no later than nine days after the meeting of the electors. States face no legal penalty for failure to comply.If votes are lost or delayed, the Archivist may take extraordinary measures to retrieve duplicate originals.

On or Before January 3, 2017
The Archivist and/or representatives from the Office of the Federal Register meet with the Secretary of the Senate and the Clerk of the House in late December or early January. This is, in part, a ceremonial occasion. Informal meetings may take place earlier.

January 6, 2017
The Congress meets in joint session to count the electoral votes. Congress may pass a law to change this date.The Vice President, as President of the Senate, presides over the count and announces the results of the Electoral College vote. The President of the Senate then declares which persons, if any, have been elected President and Vice President of the United States.If a State submits conflicting sets of electoral votes to Congress, the two Houses acting concurrently may accept or reject the votes.

If they do not concur, the votes of the electors certified by the Governor of the State on the Certificate of Ascertainment would be counted in Congress.

If no Presidential candidate wins 270 or more electoral votes, a majority, the 12th Amendment to the Constitution provides for the House of Representatives to decide the Presidential election. If necessary the House would elect the President by majority vote, choosing from the three candidates who received the greatest number of electoral votes. The vote would be taken by state, with each state having one vote.

If no Vice Presidential candidate wins 270 or more electoral votes, a majority, the 12th Amendment provides for the Senate to elect the Vice President. If necessary, the Senate would elect the Vice President by majority vote, choosing from the two candidates who received the greatest number of electoral votes. The vote would be taken by state, with each Senator having one vote.

If any objections to the Electoral College vote are made, they must be submitted in writing and be signed by at least one member of the House and one Senator. If objections are presented, the House and Senate withdraw to their respective chambers to consider their merits under procedures set out in federal law.

January 20, 2017 at Noon—Inauguration Day
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Different state legislatures are streaming live on youtube. let me see if I can find a link.

Just hard some ladies shouting "Not my president" and "Shame on you" in Penn.

ETA:
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 1:05:58 PM EST
So come Jan. 6th  there will be objections filed that will be heard before the inauguration is what I gather from that schedule.
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Live Count Here
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Thanks
Link Posted: 12/19/2016 4:37:19 PM EST
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Originally Posted By M4Real:

That seriously sucks. I ready for this shit to be over.
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Originally Posted By mcgredo:
The votes are not officially counted until a Joint Session of Congress unseals the ballots and tallies them up on I think January 6th. I'm not sure that every state announces their results on the day of the vote.

That seriously sucks. I ready for this shit to be over.

Yer in for a looooooong 4 years then.

This war for our nation is only just beginning.
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