In the U.S., the Electoral College votes on the country’s next president

In the U.S., the Electoral College votes on the country's next president

The U.S. electoral college is voting for the country’s next president. So far the results of their will coincide with the results of the election on November 3.

The authorities of all the states and the capital confirmed the result of the presidential election. Former U.S. President Bill Clinton and former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton are among the first to vote. According to the latest figures, Democrat Joseph Biden won the support of 306 of the 538 electors.

In half the states, they are required to vote only for the candidate with the most votes. But in several states, they can disregard the opinion of the voters. And therein lies the main intrigue of tonight’s election.