This file photo shows Puyallup tribal member Robert Satiacum, who in 2010 led an effort to further recognize the original native names of significant Washington landmarks. This year, Satiacum is one of Washington state’s 12 Democratic electors, but says he’s not sure he can cast an electoral college vote for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is expected to win the state.
This file photo shows Puyallup tribal member Robert Satiacum, who in 2010 led an effort to further recognize the original native names of significant Washington landmarks. This year, Satiacum is one of Washington state’s 12 Democratic electors, but says he’s not sure he can cast an electoral college vote for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is expected to win the state. DREW PERINE THE NEWS TRIBUNE
This file photo shows Puyallup tribal member Robert Satiacum, who in 2010 led an effort to further recognize the original native names of significant Washington landmarks. This year, Satiacum is one of Washington state’s 12 Democratic electors, but says he’s not sure he can cast an electoral college vote for presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, who is expected to win the state. DREW PERINE THE NEWS TRIBUNE

Area Democrat may refuse to cast electoral vote for Clinton

October 12, 2016 05:01 PM

UPDATED October 14, 2016 06:52 PM

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