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When an elector in the Electoral College does not vote for the candidate they pledged to support, this elector is known as A. a faithless elector. B. a party traitor. C. an independent elector. D. an insurgent elector.
When an elector in the Electoral College does not vote for the candidate they pledged to support, this elector is known as a faithless elector.
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