Hawaii is Final State to Certify Presidential Vote; Electors to Vote Next Monday

December 8, 2020

Hawaii became the final state to certify the results of its presidential election Tuesday, declaring Joe Biden the winner with 63.1% of the vote. All 50 states and DC have now certified their vote. As expected, president-elect Joe Biden emerged from this process with a 306-232 advantage in the electoral college.

 

The electors will meet in each state on Monday, December 14, to cast their votes.  
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