Depending upon how the U.S. Supreme Court decides, it is entirely possible that in some states voters in the electoral college will be able to ignore the results of their state's popular vote and vote for whoever they want. Should that occur, those who say "Why bother to vote, it won't even count anyway," could end up being right. The Washington Post reports today that the high court will consider whether states can punish or replace "faithless" presidential electors who refuse to support their state's popular vote winner, or whether the U.S. Constitution forbids such a restriction. No wonder there is such a clamor to do away with the Electoral College. Let's hope the Supreme Court brings some sense and reason to this mess in time for the 2020 election. Listen for more...
Dixie Dems: Reading the Tea LeavesHey guys, welcome to the Lean to the Left podcast and the March 2023 episode of
Ed Hajim-From Orphanage to Boardroom -At the age of 3, Ed Hajim was kidnapped by his father, driven cross-country, and
Mark M. Bello-Thriller Writer Strikes AgainWelcome. I’m Bob Gatty with Mark M. Bello, social justice lawyer and author of r
The Blue Voter GuideWould you like a way to help everyone in your personal and professional networks
Comments & Upvotes