# General Discussion

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#### Hoyt

(54,770 posts)#### The Velveteen Ocelot

(120,675 posts)#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)But that could certainly be a factor.

#### The Velveteen Ocelot

(120,675 posts)#### 58Sunliner

(4,977 posts)#### dweller

(24,959 posts)with a Blue trickle ...

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#### AlexSFCA

(6,262 posts)#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)There's a near-guarantee we get one Faithless Elector.

#### TwilightZone

(28,833 posts)If it's 270-268, no one will switch.

#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)First off there is never a 0% chance of anything. Second, we had like 8 Faithless Electors in 2016.

#### exboyfil

(17,986 posts)I don't know if the 15% outstanding is right, but, if it is, Biden will need 60% of the remaining vote.

#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)Trump was expected to win the election day vote.

#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)Let's hope it won't.

#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)if I'm looking at these numbers and I'm for Trump, I'm having a hard time seeing how my guy gets over 269.

#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)It goes to State House delegations, and Republicans control them. Then the Senate votes for the VP.

#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)we are in for troubled times.

#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)The Senate would vote for Pence. They pick the VP.

#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)#### Polybius

(17,727 posts)And at 78 (soon) I'd be a nervous wreck with Pence as VP.

#### Diraven

(1,021 posts)That's my prediction, unfortunately.

#### prodigitalson

(2,863 posts)MI, AZ, or WI?