Originally Posted by Piobaire
Does anyone now what the plan of action would be if Trump actually did withdraw at this point?
Afaik, Trump will not withdraw. Presidential electionsare really 51 separate elections. Not sure you can, for example, reprint absentee ballots. Not sure you can force changes in the electors. Not sure who was picking them (campaign, state party, primary voters, etc) and it is probably too late and probably varies from state to state.
If this was one election system it could be done (see Wellstone death, Torricelli dropout) but GOP is probably stuck with the Donald. And some states might permit changes (see Missouri Senate election in 2000) after a certain point.
One alternative I could come up with if Donald doesn't withdraw to have the GOP endorse endorse McMullin in Utah and the other states he is on the ballot and promise to fix it in the House in the case of no majority in the electoral vote. Odds of that working are abysmal.
If Donald does withdraw, its probably a Dem landslide as GOP voting enthusiasm will crater. Any GOP seats where the GOP candidate is <60% in typical elections is conceivably in play, especially those with a lot of suburban voters.