Quantcast
 The ELECTORS (as published by WikiPedia) --

The ELECTORS (as published by WikiPedia) --


Alabama

Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President[2]

  • Perry O. Hooper Jr., Pike Road, At-Large [3]
  • Grady H. Thornton, Birmingham, At-Large
  • Frank Burt Jr., Bay Minette, CD1
  • Will B. Sellers, Montgomery, CD2
  • James Eldon Wilson, Montgomery, CD3
  • Tim Wadsworth, Arley, CD4
  • J. Elbert Peters, Huntsville, CD5
  • Mary Sue McClurkin, Indian Springs, CD6
  • Robert A. Cusanelli, Carrollton, CD7

[4]

Alaska

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [5]

  • Sean Parnell, Palmer
  • Jacqueline Tupou, Juneau
  • Carolyn Leman, Anchorage

[4]

Arizona

Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • J. Foster Morgan, Glendale[6][7] — The youngest elector, at 19.[8]
  • Walter Begay Jr., Kayenta
  • Bruce Ash, Tucson - National Committeeman
  • Sharon Giese, Mesa
  • James O’Connor, Scottsdale
  • Jerry Hayden, Scottsdale
  • Robert Graham, Phoenix - State Party Chairman
  • Edward Robson, Phoenix
  • Carole Joyce, Phoenix
  • Alberto Gutier, Phoenix
  • Jane Pierpoint Lynch, Phoenix[4]

Arkansas

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

[4]

California

Electors: 55, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[4][10]

  • Dustin R. Reed, Concord
  • Javier Gonzalez, San Jose
  • Shawn E. Terris, Ventura
  • John M. Ryan, San Rafael
  • Mark W. Headley, Berkeley
  • Gail R. Teton-Landis, Santa Barbara
  • Faith A. Garamendi, Davis
  • Ana A. Huerta, Bakersfield
  • Marie S. Torres, Hacienda Heights
  • Kathleen R. Scott, Lincoln
  • Donna M. Ireland, Pleasanton
  • Robert S. Torres, Pomona
  • Timothy J. Farley, Martinez
  • Christine T. Kehoe, San Diego
  • Dorothy N. Vann, Long Beach
  • Analea J. Patterson, Sacramento
  • Vinzenz J. Koller, Carmel - Has indicated that he is undecided, currently suing California over law forcing him to vote for Clinton.[11][12]
  • David S. Warmuth, Pasadena
  • Janine V. Bera, Elk Grove
  • Andrew R. Krakoff, Orinda
  • Karen D. Waters, Inglewood
  • Sandra M. Aduna, Laguna Woods
  • Katherine A. Lyon, Coronado
  • Shirley N. Weber, San Diego
  • Saundra G. Andrews, Oakland
  • John P. MacMurray, La Habra
  • Denise B. Wells, Victorville
  • Jane C. Block, Riverside
  • Sheldon Malchicoff, Westlake Village
  • Gregory H. Willenborg, Los Angeles
  • Edward Buck, West Hollywood
  • Nury Martinez, San Fernando
  • Laurence S. Zakson, Los Angeles
  • Francine P. Busby, Cardiff
  • Gwen Moore, Los Angeles
  • Laphonza R. Butler, Los Angeles
  • Cathy A. Morris, Rancho Cucamonga
  • Benjamin Cardenas, Montebello
  • Stephen J. Natoli, Visalia
  • Jacki M. Cisneros, Los Angeles
  • Mark A. Olbert, San Carlos
  • Raymond L. Cordova, Garden Grove
  • Christine Pelosi, San Francisco - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
  • Steven D. Diebert, Fresno
  • Carmen O. Perez, Long Beach
  • James A. Donahue, El Cerrito
  • Celine G. Purcell, Redwood City
  • Patrick F. Drinan, Escondido
  • Andres Ramos, Elk Grove
  • Susan Eggman, Stockton
  • Olivia A. Reyes-Becerra, Stanford
  • Eileen Feinstein Mariano, San Francisco
  • Priscilla G. Richardson, Cathedral City
  • Natalie P. Fortman, Valencia
  • Steve J. Spinner, Atherton

Colorado

Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[14]

  • Micheal Baca, Denver[15]
  • Terry Phillips, Louisville
  • Mary Beth Corsentino, Pueblo
  • Jerad Sutton, Greeley; has indicated he will not vote for Hillary Clinton.[16]
  • Robert Nemanich, Colorado Springs; has indicated he will not vote for Hillary Clinton.[16]
  • Amy Drayer, Greenwood Village
  • Ann Knollman, Arvada
  • Sen. Rollie Heath, Boulder
  • Hon. Polly Baca, Denver; has indicated she will cast her vote for an alternative Republican candidate.[17]

Connecticut

Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Barbara Gordon, West Hartford[18]
  • Ellen Nurse, Hartford
  • Edward Piazza, New Haven
  • Tyisha Walker, New Haven
  • Christopher Rosario, Bridgeport
  • Robert Godfrey, Danbury
  • Steven Jones, Tolland

[4]

Delaware

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Lynn Fuller
  • Lydia York
  • Linda Cavanaugh

[4]

District of Columbia

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

[4]

Florida

Electors: 29, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

[4]

Georgia

Electors: 16, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Bruce Allen Azevedo
  • Brian K Burdette
  • Lott Harris Dill
  • John David Elliott
  • James Randolph Evans
  • Bobbie D. Frantz
  • Linda D. Herren
  • Rachel Blackstone Little
  • Deborah M. McCord
  • Michael Neil McNeely
  • Mary L. Padgett
  • Neil L. Pruitt
  • Joshua Kirk Shook
  • Frank B. Strickland
  • Baoky Nguyen Vu (resigned, will be replaced by alternate)
  • John B. White

[4]

Hawaii

Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[23]

Electors

  • John Bickel
  • Janice Bond
  • Marie (Dolly) Strazar
  • David Mulinix

[4]

First Alternates

  • Kainoa Kaumeheiwa-Rego
  • Eileen McKee
  • Michael Golojuch Sr.
  • Yvonne Lau

Second Alternates

  • Carolyn Golojuch
  • Julie Patten
  • Michele Golojuch
  • Leo Caries

Idaho

Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [24] Two (Bangerter and Smyser) shall be replaced on Electoral College Monday, inasmuch as Federal employees cannot be electors. [25]

Illinois

Electors: 20, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[26]

Indiana

Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [27]

  • Stephanie Beckley, Jamestown
  • Daniel Bortner, Bedford
  • Laura Campbell, Carmel
  • Jeff Cardwell, Indianapolis
  • Donald L. Hayes, Jasper
  • Randall Kirkpatrick, Ligonier
  • Ethan E. Manning, Peru
  • Macy Kelly Mitchell, Indianapolis
  • Edwin J. Simcox, Fishers
  • Kevin Steen, Muncie
  • Chuck Williams, Valparaiso

[4]

Iowa

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • James Whitmer
  • Don Kass
  • Dylan Keller
  • Alan Braun
  • Kurt Brown
  • Polly Granzow
  • Danielle Massey

[4]

Kansas

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Ashley J. McMillan, Concordia, party vice chair.[28]
  • Helen Van Etten, Topeka, national committeewoman.
  • Mark Kahrs, Wichita, national committeeman.
  • Ron Estes, Wichita, Kansas State Treasurer.
  • Clayton L. Barker, Leawood, party executive director.
  • Kelly Arnold, Wichita, party chairman.

[4]

Kentucky

Electors: 8, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Jim Skaggs - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “I fully intend to vote for Donald Trump,” he said. “I think it’s a duty.” [29]
  • David Disponett
  • Robert Duncan
  • Michael Carter
  • Scott Lasley
  • Walter Reichert
  • Mary Singleton
  • Troy Sheldon

[4]

Louisiana

Electors: 8, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Chris Trahan, CD1 [30]
  • Lloyd Harsh, CD2
  • Charles Buckels, CD3
  • Louis Avalone, CD4
  • Kay Katz, CD5
  • Lennie Rhys, CD6
  • Garret Monti, At Large
  • Scott Wilfong, At Large

[4]

  • (1st-alternate) Candy Maness
  • (2nd-alternate) Jennifer Madsen
  • (3rd-alternate) Christian Gil
  • (4th-alternate) Constance Diane Long
  • (5th-alternate) Verne Breland
  • (6th-alternate) Glenda Pollard
  • (At Large-alternate) John Batt
  • (At Large-alternate) Raymond Griffin

Maine

Electors: 4[31]

Democratic Party

3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • (1st) Diane Denk of Kennebunk
  • (At Large) David Bright of Dixmont
  • (At Large) Sam Shapiro of Winslow

[4]

Republican Party

1, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Maryland

Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[32]

  • Lesley Israel
  • Robert Leonard
  • Lillian Holmes
  • Salome Peters
  • Hagner Mister
  • Claudia Martin
  • Courtney Watson - Signed letter demanding an intelligence briefing on the alleged Russian hacking.[13]
  • Karen Britto
  • Susan Ness
  • Wayne Rogers

[4]

Massachusetts

Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Nazda Alam
  • Mary Gail Cokkinias
  • Marie Turley
  • Dori Dean
  • Donna Smith
  • Cheryl Cumings
  • Marc Pacheco
  • Curtis Lemay
  • Jason Palitsch
  • Paul Yorkis
  • Parwez Wahid

[4]

Michigan

Electors: 16, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • John Haggard
  • Jack Holmes
  • Kelly Mitchell
  • Judy Rapanos
  • Henry Hatter
  • Robert Weitt
  • Wyckham Seelig
  • Ross Ensign
  • Michael Banerian
  • Brian Fairbrother
  • Ken Crider
  • Mary Vaughn
  • Jim Rhoades — Motorcycle lobbyist.[33]
  • William Rauwerdink
  • Hank Fuhs
  • Joseph Guzman

[4]

Minnesota

Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Fred Knudson
  • Roger Gehrke
  • Marge Hoffa
  • Raymond Hess
  • Muhammed Abdurrahman
  • Betsy O’Berry
  • Mike Wammer
  • Mary Murphy
  • Jules Goldstein
  • Sherrie Pugh[4]

Mississippi

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Ann Hebert
  • Joe F. Sanderson Jr.
  • Bradley R. White
  • J. Kelley Williams
  • William G. Yates Jr.
  • Wirt Yerger[4]

Missouri

Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Tim Dreste (1st)
  • Jan DeWeese (2nd)
  • Hector Maldonado (3rd) - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “I took an oath once to become a U.S. citizen,” he said, “and on Aug. 14, 1995, that was the first oath that I’ve taken to support the U.S. Constitution. A year later I took the oath again, to support the duties of being an officer in the U.S. Army. This was the third oath that I’ve taken to execute what I promised to do.” [29]
  • Sherry Kuttenkuler (4th)
  • Casey Crawford (5th)
  • Tom Brown (6th)
  • Cherry Warren (7th)
  • Scott Clark (8th)
  • Al Rotskoff
  • Susie Johnson[4]

Montana

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [34]

  • Thelma Baker
  • Nancy Ballance
  • Dennis Scranton
  • Vondene Kopetski (alternate)
  • Becky Stockton (alternate)
  • Thomas Tuck (alternate)[4]

Nebraska

Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Craig Safranek, Merna
  • Chuck Conrad, Hastings
  • John Dinkel, Norfolk
  • Phil Belin, Omaha
  • Paul Burger, Kearney

Nevada

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Dayananda Prabhu Rachakonda
  • Larry Jackson
  • Joetta Brown
  • Paul Catha II
  • Greg Gardella
  • Teresa Benitez-Thompson[35]

New Hampshire

Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

The only all-female slate of electors, all four of whom are the first Democratic women to hold their elected offices.

New Jersey

Electors: 14, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Alaa R. Abdelaziz of Paterson[36]
  • Tahsina Ahmed of Haledon — The first Bangladeshi-American female to hold elected office in the nation[37][38]
  • Anthony Cureton of Englewood
  • Lizette Delgado-Polanco of Ewing
  • Edward Farmer of Piscataway
  • Christopher D. James of East Orange
  • Leroy J. Jones Jr. of East Orange
  • Retha R. Onitiri of Clarksburg
  • Marlene Prieto of Secaucus
  • Ronald G. Rios of Carteret
  • Hetty M. Rosenstein of South Orange
  • Kelly Steward Maer of Manasquan
  • Mary Ann Wardlow of Lawnside
  • Heriberta Loretta Winters of Williamstown

[4]

New Mexico

Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[39]

  • Roxanne Allen, a Democratic ward chairwoman in Albuquerque.
  • Noyola Padilla Archibeque, chairwoman of the San Miguel Federation of Democratic Women in Las Vegas.
  • John Padilla, a Bernie Sanders delegate to this year’s Democratic National Convention and a ward chairman in Albuquerque.
  • Lorraine Spradling, a grassroots organizer in Los Lunas.
  • E. Paul Torres of Isleta Pueblo.

New York

Electors: 29, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[40]

North Carolina

15, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Linda Harper
  • Charles Staley
  • Karen Kozel
  • Martha Jenkins
  • Celeste Stanley
  • Donald Webb
  • Robert Muller
  • Jennifer Dunbar
  • Andrea Arterburn
  • Glenn Pinckney Sr.
  • Mark Delk
  • David Speight
  • Ann Sullivan
  • Lee Green
  • David Smuski[4]

North Dakota

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President[41]

  • John Olson
  • Duane Mutch
  • Bev Clayburgh

Ohio

Electors: 18, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Oklahoma

Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [45]

  • David Oldham
  • Teresa Lyn Turner
  • Mark Thomas
  • Bobby Cleveland
  • Lauree Elizabeth Marshall
  • Charles W. Potts
  • George W. Wiland, Jr.

[4]

Oregon

Electors: 7, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

  • Frank James Dixon, Portland[46]
  • Karen A. Packer, Newberg
  • Austin Folnagy, Klamath Falls
  • Leon H. Coleman, Aloha
  • Harry W. "Sam" Sappington III, Albany
  • Timothy Norman Powers Rowan, Portland
  • Laura Gillpatrick, Eugene

[4]

Pennsylvania

Electors: 20, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Rhode Island

Electors: 4, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

South Carolina

Electors: 9, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Glenn McCall
  • Matt Moore
  • Terry Hardesty
  • Jim Ulmer
  • Brenda Bedenbaugh
  • Bill Conley
  • Shery Smith
  • Moye Graham
  • Jerry Rovner[4][47]

South Dakota

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Tennessee

Electors: 11, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Beth Scott Clayton Amos, a State Executive Committee member for the Republican party, member of the Board of the Estate Planning Council of Middle TN, At Large
  • Joey Jacobs of Brentwood as a statewide delegate (Pres & CEO of Acadia Healthcare), At Large
  • Jason Mumpower (Bristol), CD1
  • Susan Mills (Maryville), CD2
  • Liz Holiway (Harriman), CD3
  • Lynne Davis (Lascassas), CD4
  • Tom Lawless (Nashville), CD5 - Says he will vote for Trump stating: “Hell will freeze and we will be skating on the lava before I change,” he said. “He won the state and I’ve pledged and gave my word that that’s what I would do. And I won’t break it.” [29]
  • Mike Callahan (Monterey), CD6
  • Pat Allen (Clarksville), CD7
  • Shannon Haynes (Alamo), CD8
  • Drew Daniel (Memphis), CD9[4]

Texas

Electors: 38, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

  • Marty Rhymes[49]
  • Thomas Moon
  • Carol Sewell
  • John E. Harper
  • Sherrill Lenz
  • Nicholas Ciggelakis
  • Will Hickman
  • Landon Estay
  • Rex Lamb
  • Rosemary Edwards
  • Matt Stringer
  • Shellie Surles
  • Melissa Kalka
  • Sandra Cararas
  • David Thackston
  • Robert Bruce
  • Margie Forster
  • Scott Mann
  • Marian K. Stanko
  • Tina Gibson
  • Ken Muenzter
  • Alexander Kim
  • Virginia Abel
  • Curtis Nelson
  • Kenneth Clark
  • Candace Noble
  • Fred Farias
  • John Dillard
  • Tom Knight
  • Marian Knowlton
  • Rex Teter
  • Stephen Suprun Jr.;
  • Jon Jewett
  • Susan Fischer
  • Lauren Byers
  • William Greene
  • Mary Lou Erben
  • Arthur Sisneros —

Utah

Electors: 6, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [50]

  • Cherilyn Eagar
  • Kris Kimball
  • Jeremy Jenkins
  • Peter Greathouse
  • Chia-Chi Teng
  • Richard Snelgrove[4]

Vermont

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President

Virginia

Electors: 13, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President[51]

  • Bethany J. Rowland, Chesapeake[52]
  • Debra Stevens Fitzgearld, Harrisonburg
  • James Harold Allen Boyd, Culpeper
  • Jasper L. Hendricks, III, Pamplin
  • Jeanette C. Sarver, Dublin
  • K. James O'Connor, Jr., Manassas
  • Kathy Stewart Shupe, Sterling
  • Keith A. Scarborough, Woodbridge
  • Lashrecse D. Aird, Petersburg
  • Susan Johnson Rowland, Chesapeake
  • Terry C. Frye, Bristol
  • Virginia L. Peters, Alexandria
  • Vivian J. Paige, Norfolk

[4]

Washington

Electors: 12, pledged to vote for Hillary Clinton for President and Tim Kaine for Vice President [53]

  • Elizabeth Caldwell
  • Dan Carpita
  • Peter Chiafalo - Undecided voter.[54]
  • Levi Guerra - Has stated she plans to vote for a Republican "consensus candidate."[55][56]
  • Eric Herde
  • Joshua Ivey
  • Esther John
  • Julie Johnson
  • Varisha Khan
  • Chris Porter
  • Robert Satiacum, Jr. - A member of the Puyallup Tribe. Undecided voter.[57][58]
  • Phillip Tyler

[4]

West Virginia

Electors: 5, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President

Wisconsin

Electors: 10, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [59]

  • Kim Travis, Williams Bay, CD1
  • Kim Babler, Madison, CD2
  • Brian Westrate, Fall Creek, CD3 - Tweeted that he will vote for Donald Trump [60]
  • Brad Courtney, Whitefish Bay, CD4
  • Kathy Kiernan, Richfield, CD5
  • Dan Feyen, Fond du Lac, CD6
  • Jim Miller, Hayward, CD7
  • Bill Berglund, Sturgeon Bay, CD8
  • Steve King, Janesville, At Large
  • Mary Buestrin, River Hills, At Large

[4]

Wyoming

Electors: 3, pledged to vote for Donald Trump for President and Mike Pence for Vice President [61]

  • Bonnie Foster
  • Teresa Richards
  • Karl Allred[4]
Despite Media Freak, 'Fake' Sites Have Few Readers...

Despite Media Freak, 'Fake' Sites Have Few Readers...

Coup Or No Coup: What To Watch For As The Electoral College Votes On Monday

Coup Or No Coup: What To Watch For As The Electoral College Votes On Monday