Trump, Pence got ND voters and voted for the state’s 3 electoral colleges

The final official work in the upcoming 2020 presidential election took place today in the North Dakota state capital, when three voters cast their ballots for president and vice president.

Three members of the Electoral College of North Dakota – Robert Wefeld, Bismarck; Sandy Boehler, Fargo and John Trendom, Reliance Access – each signed document certifying their votes for Donald Trump and Mike Pence.

Trump and Pence won the popular vote in the North Dakota general election in November, essentially promising to win three state votes.

After the vote, elector Robert Waffle said he was pleased to be part of the process.

“I am really proud to be able to do this. This is a great historical moment for our country, it shows that our republic is a democracy, and I am very happy to be here, “said Whaffald.

Government Doug Bergum presided over the meeting, while Secretary of State Al Jazeera voted.

The results will be sent to Washington and will be chaired by a joint congressional hearing on January 6, chaired by Vice President Mike Pence.

Biden defeated Trump by 232 votes to 306. It takes 270 votes to be elected.

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