Georgia Elector Resigns After Publicly Refusing To Vote For Trump
The temporary boost for the "Never Trump" movement was very short-lived.By Stephanie Liebergen | August 3, 2016
Remember all the drama surrounding pledged and unpledged delegates during the primaries? Apparently, it's continuing into the general election.
In the general election, the popular vote is represented by electors instead of delegates. There are 538 electors in the Electoral College, and a presidential candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win.
Baoky Vu, a former elector for the state of Georgia, told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that regardless of the way his state votes in November, he can't bring himself to vote for Donald Trump.