President-elect Joe Biden addressed the country on Saturday declaring victory to become the 46th President of the United States; however, this does not make his win official. While many believe the president and vice president are elected directly by citizens, it is actually chosen by electors through the Electoral College process. The electoral college will meet on December 14th this year to cast votes and those will be counted on January 6, 2021 to declare a winner of the presidential election. While many states have laws in place to cast their ballot in the favor of the people, there are faithless electors who can cast against the vote of the people. The projected electoral votes indicate that it would be unlikely to change the outcome of the presidential election results. However, it should be noted given the way 2020 has gone.
If you have not heard, President Donald Trump filed lawsuits in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Georgia, and Michigan. With expectation to Pennsylvania these lawsuits fell flat. Lastly, recounts will take place over the next few days because the margin of victory was closer than the state’s requirement.
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