At long last, Election Day is here. It is the day when Americans will finally get to select their next president. In a recent RealClearPolitics projection of electoral votes based on which presidential candidates were leading in which states, Hillary Clinton had 273 to Donald Trump’s 265. However, Donald Trump could very easily flip New Hampshire, which has four electoral votes, over to his column today. Assuming no other changes (and that's a big assumption), that would make it a 269 to 269 tie, which would send the election to the House of Representatives to be decided. But before it even gets to the House, any one of the electors (members of the Electoral College) could throw the election to one of the candidates by switching their vote. Although they are technically pledged to vote for a given candidate, electors can switch their votes. It has happened on rare occasions in the past, although it has never affected the outcome of any election. But this time it could be different, as all it would take in the event of a tie is for one Clinton elector to switch to Trump or vice versa. That’s right – it is possible that one person could pick our next president.