Muhammad Abdurrahman walked into Minnesota's Capitol building on December 19, and, voted for Bernie Sanders for president.
"So I cast my Electoral College vote for Bernie Sanders today to let those new voters who were inspired by him know that some of us did hear them, did listen to them, do respect them and understand their disappointment".
David Bright made his intentions known on a public Facebook post in which he said that he would only have voted for Clinton if it meant that she would win.
Bright said he didn't want Sanders supporters to lose faith. Twenty-nine states, including ME, have laws against faithless electors.
"I cast my vote to represent thousands of Democratic Maine voters - many less than a third my age - who came into Maine politics for the first time this year because of Bernie Sanders". Bernie Sanders (I-VT), despite Hillary Clinton winning the state's popular vote.
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"But as the Electoral College meets all across this nation on this day, I see no likelihood of 38 Republican electors defecting from their party and casting their ballots for Secretary Clinton". The demonstrators warned of the dangers of a Trump presidency and frequently interrupted the proceedings to urge electors to delay their vote until electors receive a briefing on possible Russian meddling in the election. And he isn't the only delegate from ME who will not be casting a ballot for Hillary Clinton. She joined a demonstration of more than 80 protesters at the Minnesota State Capitol, demanding change. He also elaborated that he's doing this because doing so would not change the overall outcome of the election. "Most importantly, they did this to vote FOR someone they believed in, not to vote against someone they feared".
"We got to put young people to work, we got to give them an education, rather than putting them in jail", Sanders said in an interview on MSNBC's "The Ed Show". For the second time in 16 years, the Democratic candidate for president will have won the most votes but lose in the Electoral College system that determines the victor.
On January 6 Vice President Joe Biden will count the electoral votes before a joint session of the new Congress.
Clinton, who won Maine's popular vote and the state's First U.S. Congressional District, could have received three of the state's four Electoral College votes while Republican Donald Trump, who won the state's 2nd Congressional District, in an historic victory will get one vote.