“There is no such thing as a national popular vote. The only vote that matters to me as a Texas Elector is the Texas vote.” -Quote from email message.
I sent an email to the electors via #AskTheElectors.org. What I received in my Inbox surprised me, and I did a little research on the elector in question. Alex Kim, a Texas Republican from Dallas has a auto-response set for those emailing him via the websites link to “Voice Your Concerns”. Read the disclosure from Mr. Kim–an almost laughable warning, but, yes, I am acutely aware that I have waived my right to privacy. Please note that I do not agree with the death threats either. This should be a civil discourse-period.
Copy and Paste of Email Response.
Alex Kim via bay004-omc1s25.hotmail.com
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Thank you for writing.
I am receiving about 4,000 emails a day so I have set this to an auto-response.
You should know that I have no interest in Hillary Clinton becoming our next President. I reject the Democratic Party principles and I reject Hillary Clinton.
I will not do anything that will open a path for HRC to become our next President.
There is no such thing as a national popular vote. The only vote that matters to me as a Texas Elector is the Texas vote.
We are not a democracy, we are a republic, for good cause.
We all have differing opinions and I respect your part in the political process, but frankly, the political opinions of non-Texas voters means nothing to me. I do not vote or get involved in your state, I am not sure why you are trying to interfere in mine.
I encourage you to be more active in the political process where your vote matters.
Elector, Texas Congressional District 24