选举人投票时间表和结果,总统可是明确说过会接受这个投票结果的

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Here's when states will vote today​

From CNN's Devan Cole

The Electoral College meets Monday to cast votes for president and vice president, completing another key part of the election process that will eventually make Joe Biden the commander-in-chief next year.

This year's process has gained special attention in light of longshot efforts by President Donald Trump to overturn the election results in several key states.

We will be covering the voting live in all 50 states and the District of Columbia today, giving you an inside look at how this critical part of America's democracy works.

A handful of states begin voting around 10 a.m. ET and the process continues throughout the course of the day, with the last vote set to take place around 7 p.m. ET.

Electors vote at 10 a.m. ET in:
  • Indiana
  • New Hampshire
  • Tennessee
  • Vermont
Electors vote at 11 a.m. ET in:
  • Arkansas
  • Illinois
  • Mississippi
  • Oklahoma
  • South Carolina
Electors vote at 11:30 a.m. ET in:
  • Delaware
  • Iowa
  • Nevada
Electors vote at 11:45 a.m. ET in:
  • Kentucky
Electors vote at 12 p.m. ET in:
  • Arizona
  • Connecticut
  • Georgia
  • Maryland
  • New York
  • North Carolina
  • Ohio
  • Pennsylvania
  • Rhode Island
  • Virginia
Electors vote at 12:30 p.m. ET in:
  • Louisiana
Electors vote at 1 p.m. ET in:
  • Alabama
  • Kansas
  • Minnesota
  • New Mexico
  • South Dakota
  • Wisconsin
Electors vote at 2 p.m. ET in:
  • Colorado
  • Washington, DC
  • Florida
  • Idaho
  • Maine
  • Michigan
  • North Dakota
  • Utah
  • West Virginia
  • Wyoming
Electors vote at 3 p.m. ET in:
  • Alaska
  • Massachusetts
  • Missouri
  • Nebraska
  • New Jersey
  • Texas
  • Washington
Electors vote at 4 p.m. ET in:
  • Montana
Electors vote at 4:30 p.m. ET in:
  • Oregon
Electors vote at 5:30 p.m. ET in:
  • California
Electors vote at 7 p.m. ET in:
  • Hawaii
 

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川普大幅度领先,2020川普必胜客 :good: :zhichi:
 

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2024卷土重来吧。老川还是有民粹基础的。
 

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Electors will formally cast their votes for president today. Here are key dates to watch until Inauguration Day.​

Analysis from CNN's Zachary B. Wolf and Will Mullery

Electors gather today in all 50 states and the District of Columbia to formally cast their votes for president.

Americans who went to the polls on Election Day didn't actually select the President directly. They were technically voting for 538 electors who, according to the system laid out by the Constitution, meet in their respective states and vote for president and vice president once the popular vote totals are completely counted and certified.

Many states have laws requiring their electors to support the winner of their state's election and can levy fines against faithless electors who go their own way. The electors are collectively referred to as the Electoral College, and their votes are then forwarded to the president of the Senate, who counts them in a joint session of Congress after the new year.

Here's a look at some key datesfrom now until Inauguration Day:

Dec. 23

  • Electoral votes must arrive in Washington: The certified electoral votes have nine days to get from their states to Capitol Hill.
Jan. 3
  • New Congress is sworn in: Members of the House and new members of the Senate take the oath of office at noon. This is the official start of the 117th Congress.
Jan. 6
  • Electoral votes counted: Members of the House and the Senate all meet in the House chamber. The president of the Senate (that’s Vice President Mike Pence) presides over the session and the Electoral votes are read and counted in alphabetical order by two appointees each from the House and Senate. They then give their tallies to Pence, who announces the results and listens for objections. If there are objections or if there are, somehow, multiple slates of electors put forward by a state, the House and Senate consider them separately to decide how to count those votes.There are 538 electoral votes — one for each congressman and senator plus three for Washington, DC. If no candidate gets 270, the 435 members of the House decide the election. Each state gets a vote. The House has until noon on Jan. 20 to pick the President. If they can't, it would be the vice president or the next person eligible in the line of presidential succession.
Jan. 20
  • Inauguration Day: A new president takes the oath of office at noon. In a disputed election, if the House has not chosen a President but the Senate has chosen a vice president, the vice president-elect becomes acting president until the House makes a choice. And if there's no president-elect and no vice president-elect, the House appoints a president until one is chosen.
 

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拜登:川普=27:41

预计今天又将见到奇异的“拜登曲线”。
 

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CNN找不到一张克林顿的单独照片,或者和州长的合影?

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Here are some notable electors participating today​

From CNN's Aditi Sangal

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There are some notable faces among the 538 electors who make up the Electoral College. They are gathering today across 50 states and the District of Columbia to formally cast their votes for president.

New York:
  • Bill and Hillary Clinton
  • Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Georgia:
  • Stacey Abrams
  • Nikema Williams, the Democratic congresswoman-elect for the district previously represented by John Lewis.
Illinois:
  • Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot
South Dakota
  • Gov. Kristi Noem
An elector can't be someone who is in the Congress or is paid by the federal government, according to the Constitution. So state office holders can serve as electors, but federal office holders can not. The electors were picked in the spring or summer by state parties. They're often party bigwigs, like governors or elder statespeople.

Read other notable names here.
 

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This Florida elector will not vote today after testing positive for Covid-19​

From CNN's Sara Weisfeldt and Rosa Flores in Tallahassee

The President of the Florida State Senate, Wilton Simpson, tested positive for Covid-19 last night, according to Katie Betta, Deputy Chief of Staff for Communications for the Senate President.

Simpson will not be participating as an elector today and has notified Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, according to Betta.

Betta said Simpson is experiencing some symptoms which he would equate to allergies or a light cold.

What happens now: Alternate electors are present at the Florida State Capitol this morning.

The CNN team in Tallahassee has spoken to at least one alternate elector.
 

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不是一大堆州都诉违宪吗?这个投票受影响吗?
 

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如果今晚还不能翻盘,下一个日子就是1月6日。

一月6日,彭斯副总统按惯例,将在国会宣布接受选举学院的结果,拜登成为下届美国总统。

如果有议员提出抗议,挑战那几个摇摆州的选举结果,参议院和众议院将各自进行两个小时的辩论然后投票表决是否拒绝这几个州的选票。。。

众议院就不用说了,民主党占多数肯定赢,参议院共和党占优(53:47),但如果有几位共和党参议员站在民主党一边的话,那真的就翻盘无望了。

目前看,共和党参议员里犹他州,缅因,阿拉斯加还有宾州的几位会站在民主党一边……

 
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