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20 Republican electors would vote against Trump - Stanford Professor

Activists are trying to persuade at least 37 Republicans to vote against Trump that he could not be declared winner of the US presidential election

Professor of Law at Stanford University, Lawrence Lessig said that 20 electors Republican willing to give vote for US President-elect Donald Trump, reports Politico.

Thus, the publication, even if that statement will be true, must still almost as many voters that Trump was not needed to win 270 electoral votes.

"According to our data, more than half required to change the results (electors - Ed) is seriously thinking about voting," - said Lessih.

This statement contradicts the information sources professor of the National Committee of the Republican Party.

According to these sources, only one voter Republican from Texas - Chris Suprun - to vote not for Trump. And it is still the only one who said this publicly.

Voting is scheduled for 19 December. All 538 persons, 306 of the 232 Republicans and a Democrat, will meet in their state capitals to vote. Currently, activists who oppose Trump trying to convince at least 37 Republicans to vote against Trump that he could not be declared winner of the US presidential election.

Recall, the former US presidential candidate of the "Green Party" Jill Stein was denied court for a recount in Pennsylvania - one of three US states where it won Donald Trump calls questionable., In Ukrainian / на українській мові
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