On December 19, 2016 the electoral college will vote.
Based on the vote, Trump should receive 306 votes and Clinton will have 232.
However, it is possible for many electors to change their vote. They aren't bound by it.
There's currently a very well funded attempt to influence electors to flip their votes on December 19th to change the outcome of the election.
Despite expectations that it is far fetched, it has a high chance of success. As of today, there are enough electoral votes in play to flip the outcome.
The three outcomes in discussion right now:
- Trump falls short of the electoral count (270) to become President and the election is sent to Congress for a decision.
- Clinton gets more than 270 electoral votes and becomes the President.
- A dark horse candidate (Kaisitch, etc.) would get the votes to become President.
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