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The Presidential Electors From Colorado Go To the Supreme Court

Season 3, Episode 43 | May 7th, 2020
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The Presidential Electors From Colorado Go To the Supreme Court

On today’s episode, we follow-up our conversation with electors from Washington by talking with three electors from Colorado. Mike Baca, Polly Baca, and Bob Nemanich are the three plaintiffs in the case of Colorado Department of State v. Baca, which will be argued in the U.S. Supreme Court by telephone on Wednesday, May 13. They describe how they came to be electors, what they were trying to do in 2016 when they contemplated voting for a candidate other than Hillary Clinton, and what it means to them to have the Supreme Court hear the case.

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