And some of them are kind of getting annoyed.
Electors in states across the country are being inundated with phone calls and emails from Hillary Clinton supporters, asking them to vote against President-elect Donald Trump when the electoral college meets in December.
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Anti-Trump hopefuls are appealing to electors in more than two dozen states where electors are not legally bound to cast a vote for that state’s popular vote winner. It’s a last-ditch, very long-shot effort to get Clinton into the White House.
BuzzFeed News reached out to several electors to find out how they’re dealing with all of the emails coming in. Some electors have put up auto-replies to deal with the deluge.
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John Haggard, an elector from Michigan, put up an auto-response saying he had gone hunting.
Haggard told BuzzFeed News he has gotten about 6,000 emails but plans on voting for Trump.
“I read one, and then they’re all the same,” Haggard said about the emails.