The electoral college decided the victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden, headed by the United States of America, after exceeding the required quorum (270 votes) by the state of California’s votes.
And the state of California, which has 55 votes in the electoral college, granted its votes to Biden, to formally exceed the quorum required to win the presidency of 270 votes, to become the 46th president of the country.
Based on the direct vote results last November, Biden won 306 votes in the compound, compared to 232 for Trump.
And members of the Electoral College held a virtual meeting from state capitals to cast their votes in the US President and Vice President’s election.
Under federal law, members of the Electoral College meet to vote on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, which falls this year on Monday, December 14th.
Votes are cast by individual voters, who are usually leaders and loyalists to the political party that won the state’s popular vote. The results of the vote will be approved during a joint session of Congress on January 6.
This year’s vote is gaining momentum and has a wide following this year as President Trump sought to undermine Biden’s victory by making baseless allegations that the vote was fraudulent and trying to put pressure on state lawmakers to support alternative lists of voters, but none of them did.