PHOTOS: Protesters brave cold to support Electoral College rebellion
Today at noon, 538 Electoral College members from across the nation will meet to cast their votes for president. The vote is typically nothing more than a formality: Donald Trump is slated to receive the 306 electoral votes he won on Nov. 8 and officially become President of the United States.
But the Hamilton Electors, named after Founding Father Alexander Hamilton, want to keep that from happening. Last night, demonstrators took to the streets of Denver to urge electors to “Stand up to the bully,” saying, “This is what the Electoral College is for.”
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