At least three electoral college voters in the U.S. have spoken openly about changing their votes if elected.
Wrap: Missouri has no law against presidential electors selecting a candidate other than the one they are pledged to. However, the state has never had an elector vote for a different candidate.
University of Missouri Political Science Professor Marvin Overby said electors are typically party loyalists, and Republican electors could be more likely to defect.
|Description: I can't think of a presidential candidate who has faced such open, outright opposition from leadership within his own party.|
Overby also said no faithless elector has ever changed the outcome of a presidential race.
Two Republican electors, and one Democratic elector have stated their intention to not vote for their respective party's nominee.
Reporting for KMOX, I'm Jack Morrisroe.