President-elect Donald Trump won Pennsylvania's electoral and popular vote, but Hillary Clinton won the national popular vote. Once again, the importance of the Electoral College in the presidential election process has come into prominence. What is the Electoral College, what did the founding fathers have in mind when they established it in 1787, and what is the significance of their quadrennial meeting to vote for the next president of the United States. To discuss that are Widener Commonwealth Law associate professor Michael Dimino, an expert in election law; Rogette Harris, chair of the Dauphin County Democratic Committee, who would have been an elector had Hillary Clinton won the nomination, and Charlie Gerow, CEO of Quantum Communications, who was a delegate at the Republican National Convention. The Electoral College meets on Dec. 19 in the state capitol in Harrisburg.