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The U.S. Supreme Court has unanimously upheld laws across the country that remove or punish rogue Electoral College delegates who refuse to cast their votes for the presidential candidate they were pledged to support.
The decision Monday was a loss for "faithless electors," who argued that under the Constitution they have discretion to decide which candidate to support.
originally posted by: Phage
Senators have nothing to do with presidential elections.
But you can be assured that if the Compact ever does take effect it will make it to the SCOTUS posthaste.
Federal Appeals Court Torpedoes the National Popular Vote Movement Thanks to a Hillary Clinton Elector
The Supreme Court said Monday that states can punish members of the Electoral College who break a pledge to vote for a state's popular vote winner in presidential elections.