Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton spent the 2016 election hiding while President Donald Trump and his supporters were celebrating.
Her plans for the 2020 election are a little different.
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Hillary announced on Tuesday that she has a new job — and what she’ll be doing surprised critics.
Rather than running for president this time, she’ll be acting as an Electoral College voter for New York.
“What are your plans for election night — and can we hang out with you?” SiriusXM radio’s “Signal Boost” hosts asked the twice-failed Democratic presidential candidate.
“I was going to vote early … that was my current plan because New York has done it for the first time. But the lines where I live are like two, three, four hours long,” she said. “So either I’ll wait for a break in the lines, or pack a bag lunch and go vote on Election Day.”
Hillary admitted she wasn’t confident in Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, despite him leading in polls.
“I’ll be nervous,” Hillary continued. “I’m always nervous on election days, whether I’m running or not.”
She said she plans to keep in touch with her friends in the mainstream media and the Biden campaign “to help feed my anxiety.” Hillary expects the big states with large amounts of early voting to help “give us information” but fears Americans won’t know the final result for a couple days after Nov. 3.
That’s not all. She also has a job as an elector… despite having advocated for years to abolish the Electoral College.
“Oh, and I’m an elector in New York,” the said.” “I’m pretty sure I’ll get to vote for Joe [Biden] and [Sen. Kamala Harris] in New York. So, that’s pretty exciting. I can’t wait.”
After the Electoral College cost her the 2016 presidential election, Hillary called for the system to be abolished.
“I think it needs to be eliminated,” she said in 2017. “I’d like to see us move beyond it, yes.”