Tara Ross

author and journalist

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A former Editor-in-Chief of the Texas Review of Law & Politics, Tara Ross is author of Enlightened Democracy: The Case for the Electoral College .

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Whatever happens next Tuesday, this year's election won't really be over until the December 19 when the  Electoral College  will get together.

The presidential election and the Founding Fathers

Whatever happens next Tuesday, this year's election won't really be over until the December 19 when the Electoral College will get together.

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