For perhaps as many as nine official presidential electors, Dec. 19 will be the day they hope to party like it’s 1836.
They are part of the last ditch effort, after many earlier ditched efforts, to finally change the outcome of the presidential race. Regardless how we feel about the president-elect, we should hope the party falls flat.
While the nation’s founders argued the Electoral College was a hedge against the public being
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Jay Evensen is the Senior Editorial Columnist of the Deseret News. He has nearly 40 years experience as a reporter, editor and editorial writer in Oklahoma, New York City, Las Vegas and Salt Lake City. He also has been an adjunct journalism professor at Brigham Young and Weber State universities.