Ask us your questions about the Electoral College

Americans who go to the polls on Election Day don’t actually select the President directly.

They are technically voting for 538 electors who, according to the system laid out by the Constitution, meet in their respective states and vote for president and vice president. These people, the electors, comprise the Electoral College, and they will meet December 14 to cast their ballots, which will then be sent to Washington to be counted by Congress in January.

Ask us your questions about the process below.

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