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Zealots attack election

Ashley McMillan Hutchinson is an elector from Kansas, and this is her recent experience: “Ask the Electors,” a left wing group, published her work email, her work address, her home address, her cell phone and home phone number. She began receiving 500 emails an hour, 20 letters arrived at her office daily and calls came in 24 hours a day, all attempting to have her negate her Trump vote.

I can’t imagine what she and all of the other electors will experience over the next few days. These zealots are attempting to nullify a lawful election. Who knows what other tactics they will use to achieve that end?

John Pauley

Spokane Valley



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