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A voter wears her "I Voted" sticker on Election Day in New York. Photo: Shutterstock A voter wears her “I Voted” sticker on Election Day in New York. Photo: Shutterstock

William Josephson has, once again, written on these pages about the electoral college (“To Bind or Not To Bind,” June 3, 2020). He is right to criticize the current New York state senate bill that would bind presidential electors to cast their votes for the winner of the popular vote, or strip them of their office.

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