Supreme Court Rules On Electoral College

The Supreme Court just made a key ruling on the role of the Electoral College.

On Monday, the Court ruled unanimously that states can legally punish so-called ‘faithless electors’ who cast their vote for someone other than the state’s popular vote winner.

In 2016, 10 out of 538 electors went rogue, including three votes for Colin Powell and one vote for John Kasich – all in states won by Hillary Clinton.