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Has it ever happened that the Electoral College has overturned a state's winner?



 

Primary Election Political Parties Election Day Voting Election of the President Candidates National Conventions National Conventions - An Inside View Candidates at the Convention The Campaign Polling Places The Electoral College The Electoral Map The Inauguration

 
The Electoral Map

How Barack Obama Won : A State-by-State Guide to the Historic 2008 Presidential Election
by Chuck Todd, Sheldon Gawiser

Electoral Behavior
by Jocelyn Evans (Editor) , Kai Arzheimer (Editor)

American Government : Policy and Politics
by Tannahill, Neal Tannahill, Neal

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States make their electors pledge to vote in a certain way, and 24 states have laws that punish electors who decide to get funny and switch things up. However, with a few exceptions like Michigan and Minnesota, votes cast by faithless electors still count in the final tally.

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