The Electoral College vote on Monday will mark one of the final milestones in a fraught election year that raised concerns about the underpinnings of American democracy.All 538 electors will convene in state legislatures across the country on Monday to formally cast their ballots for president. The meeting will further solidify President-elect Joe BidenJoe BidenPro-Trump protestors, counter-protesters and police clash in DC after day of election demonstrations Castro says ‘there’s still work to do’ on Biden Cabinet diversity Robert Zoellick says human rights, European relations to play key roles in Biden foreign policy MORE’s election victory and deal yet another blow to Trump’s legal challenges surrounding the election.However, Trump has drawn attention to the process in recent weeks through inviting a number of GOP state leaders to the White House with the hope of convincing them to seat their own electors. The president’s efforts appear to have fallen flat, with no legislatures moving to replace their electors.ADVERTISEMENTHere are five things we’re watching ahead of next week’s vote.Will there be faithless electors?When the Electoral College met in 2016, 306 of them were pledged to vote for Trump and another 232 were bound to Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonSirota: Health care industry… Read full this story
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