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WA Supreme Court Hears Case About Presidential Electors

The Washington Supreme Court heard testimony today [Tuesday] in a case involving three presidential electors who didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton as expected when the electoral college electors cast ballots to decide the 2016 election. As a result, they were fined by the state. An attorney for the trio argued the state had no right to punish them.

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WA Supreme Court Hears Case About Presidential Electors

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The Washington Supreme Court heard testimony today [Tuesday] in a case involving three presidential electors who didn’t vote for Hillary Clinton as expected when the electoral college electors cast ballots to decide the 2016 election. As a result, they were fined by the state. An attorney for the trio argued the state had no right to punish them.

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