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LISTEN: All About Connecticut's Presidential Electors

Nov 30, 2020

The folks who do the actual casting of votes to the Electoral College in presidential elections are having something of a higher-profile moment now with President Trump and his team openly angling for them to vote for him in Michigan, Arizona, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania -- states where the popular vote went to Joe Biden.

Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill joined All Things Considered to talk about how Connecticut's Electoral College electors get chosen and how likely it is one could ever vote for someone who did not win the state’s popular vote.

Hear the interview below: