Although Americans cast ballots in the general election on Nov. 8 for president, there are still a few more steps to go before the winner is officially named: Members of the federal Electoral College have to formally cast ballots from the states that they represent (which will happen on Monday, Dec. 19). Whoever ends up with 270 or more electoral votes will be the next president. So, the questions arise: Who are these electors? How do they get to be a member of the Electoral College? And do they always follow the vote of their state, or have some gone "rogue"?
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