Electors in several U.S. states have chosen a new president

Electors in several U.S. states have chosen a new president

The electoral colleges in several U.S. states have finally decided on their votes in the election of a new U.S. president. The electors of Vermont were the first to complete the voting procedure.

Thus, according to the newspaper, all three votes in the state were cast for the candidate of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden.

In addition, the voting had already ended in Indiana and New Hampshire: the current U.S. leader Donald Trump got 11 votes from Indiana electors, and Biden – four in New Hampshire. The current U.S. president received 11 more votes from voters in Tennessee and six in Mississippi.

On November 3, there was another presidential election in the USA. According to media estimates, the candidate of the Democratic Party, Joe Biden, won the number of electoral votes necessary for victory and overtook Trump. Biden has already declared himself the elected president of the United States.

The electoral college vote is scheduled for Monday, December 14. Trump is expected to get 232 votes and Biden 306 votes. The votes will be counted by Congress on Jan. 6, 2021. The president-elect will be sworn in at the inauguration on January 20.