electoral college

Bob Daemmrich for the Texas Tribune

Chris Suprun, a Texas Republican elector, caused a stir this year by raising the possibility that he would cast his Electoral College ballot for someone other than President-elect Donald Trump.

Journalists bombarded the Dallas man with questions following his admission. Among them: For whom did he vote in November?

Miguel Gutierrez Jr. / KUT

Today at the Texas State Capitol, electors will cast their votes for president of the United States. The expectation, of course, is that they will vote for the candidate who won the state’s popular vote, President-elect Donald Trump.

Michael Stravato/Texas Tribune

From the Texas Tribune:

Another Texas Republican elector is objecting to Donald Trump, saying he will not vote for the president-elect.

Art Sisneros/Facebook

From Texas Standard:

On Dec. 19, Texas' members of the Electoral College will assemble at the state capitol and cast their votes for President-elect Donald Trump. But Art Sisneros, a welding supply salesman from Dayton, will not be among them.