Monday will be the day for the Electors meeting across the United States to cast their votes for the 46th President and 49th Vice President of the United States.
According to results from the November’s general election, Americans selected Joe Biden to be the next president and Kamala Harris to be his vice president. After that, Biden has been working as president-elect and setting the ground for his administration.
Biden bagged 306 electoral votes to Trump’s 232. Fortunately, this is the same margin that made Trump the 45th president in 2016’s election.
As per Title 3, Section 7 of the United States Code, the Electoral College gathers following the second Wednesday of December.
Vermont's electors were the first in the nation to vote, giving the state's three electoral votes to Biden and Harris. Some meetings began at 10 a.m. ET, while many will convene in the afternoon. Hawaii’s electors will cast votes at 7 p.m. ET.