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Also receiving electoral votes ...

Published 7:18 PM ET, Mon December 19, 2016
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President-elect Donald Trump and Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton weren't the only people who received electoral votes. A few "faithless electors" went in a different direction. Ohio Gov. John Kasich, seen here, got a Texas vote from an elector who ignored the state's Trump pick. OLIVIER DOULIERY/AFP/Getty Images
Former US Rep. Ron Paul also got an electoral vote from Texas, his home state. Pete Marovich/Getty Images
In Washington state, retired Gen. Colin Powell got three electoral votes that should have gone to Clinton. Paul Morigi/Getty Images
One faithless elector in Washington state cast a presidential vote for Faith Spotted Eagle, a Native American activist who's been involved in the North Dakota pipeline fight. NICHOLAS KAMM/AFP/Getty Images
US Sen. Maria Cantwell got a vice-presidential vote from a faithless elector in her home state of Washington. Alex Wong/Getty Images
US Sen. Elizabeth Warren also got a vice-presidential vote in Washington. Ethan Miller/Getty Images
Susan Collins was yet another US senator who got a vice-presidential vote that should have gone to Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine. Mark Wilson/Getty Images
Winona LaDuke, Ralph Nader's running mate in 2000, got a vice-presidential vote in Washington, too. Stephen Maturen/Getty Images