Who Actually Gets To Vote For President?
They're called electors. But who the hell are they?By Eugene Daniels | November 15, 2016
If you've taken a civics class, you know the Electoral College still has to vote on Donald Trump's becoming the 45th president. But who the hell are these electors, anyway?
Becoming an elector is a two-part process that's left to the political parties in each state. First, every party picks its own electors. This usually happens in the spring or summer of an election year.