President Donald Trump still refuses to concede to Joe Biden. His failed 2020 presidential campaign caused a major national security threat leaving 10% of the nation’s high-ranking officials with COVID-19.
All votes were certified in the District of Columbia and our 50 states by December 11. However, Trump’s hissyfit has significantly hindered the acceptance of our new president. The parties will meet on Monday to cast their ballots for President and Vice President.
Here’s What You Need To Know:
Why is Monday, December 14, Significant?
Who are these electors?
What Will Happen On Monday?
How will the six copies be distributed?
Each state’s Secretary of State and National Archives and Records Administration will receive two copies. The presiding judge in the district where the electors meet will also receive a copy. The US Senate will receive the final document.