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  1. An argument by critics for eliminating the Electoral College is Donald Trump's attempt to overturn the 2020 election results in swing states. Overturning two or three state's election results in Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania or Wisconsin would have been enough. [193]

  2. The count of the Electoral College ballots during a joint session of the 117th United States Congress, pursuant to the Electoral Count Act, on January 6–7, 2021, was the final step to confirm President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 presidential election over President Donald Trump.

  3. See maps and real-time presidential election results for the 2020 US election.

  4. May 11, 2021 · November 3, 2020Election Day The voters in each State choose electors to serve in the Electoral College. December 14, 2020 —Electors vote The electors in each State meet to select the President and Vice President of the United States. January 6, 2021 —Congress counts the vote

  5. View live updates on electoral votes by state for presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump on ABC News. Senate, House, and Governor Election results also available at ABCNews.com

  6. Aug 05, 2022 · See the Electoral College timeline of events for the 2020 election. While the Constitution does not require electors to vote for the candidate chosen by their state's popular vote, some states do. The rare elector who votes for someone else may be fined, disqualified and replaced by a substitute elector, or potentially even prosecuted.

  7. Sep 12, 2020 · The Electoral College is an important and often controversial process by which the United States selects the president every four years. The Founding Fathers created the Electoral College system as a compromise between having the president elected by Congress and having the president elected by the popular vote of qualified citizens.

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