FILE - In this Jan. 4, 2013 file photo, clerks review the state Electoral College certificates during a Joint Session of Congress in the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington. It's not a neat and easy way that Americans pick their president, but rather a state-by-state process that doesn't actually end on Election Day, but rather is just getting started. (AP)
FILE - In this Jan. 4, 2013 file photo, clerks review the state Electoral College certificates during a Joint Session of Congress in the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington. It's not a neat and easy way that Americans pick their president, but rather a state-by-state process that doesn't actually end on Election Day, but rather is just getting started. (AP) Susan Walsh AP
FILE - In this Jan. 4, 2013 file photo, clerks review the state Electoral College certificates during a Joint Session of Congress in the House Chamber on Capitol Hill in Washington. It's not a neat and easy way that Americans pick their president, but rather a state-by-state process that doesn't actually end on Election Day, but rather is just getting started. (AP) Susan Walsh AP

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