The Examiner examiner.net 30 Dec, 2020 18:45 am

Electoral College John Hawley

Electoral College John Hawley
A group of Republicans in the Democratic-majority House have already said they will object on Trump’s behalf during the Jan. 6 count of electoral votes, and they had needed just a single senator to go along with them to force votes in both chambers.

He has pushed Republican senators to pursue his unfounded charges even though the Electoral College this month cemented Biden’s 306-232 victory and multiple legal efforts to challenge the results have failed., said, "I have no doubt that on next Wednesday, a week from today, that Joe Biden will be confirmed by the acceptance of the vote of the electoral college as the 46th president of the United States.” When Congress convenes to certify the Electoral College results, any lawmaker can object to a state’s votes on any grounds.6 count of electoral votes, and they had needed just a single senator to go along with them to force votes in both chambers.

If they disagree, the original electoral votes are counted.Barbara Boxer of California, both Democrats, objected to Ohio’s electoral votes by claiming there were voting irregularities.

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