Updated: February 26, 2021
Joseph R. Biden Jr. will be delivering remarks after he’s elected President by the electoral college on Monday, his office said in a statement on Sunday.
“On Monday, December 14th, President-elect Joe Biden will deliver remarks in Wilmington, Delaware, on the electoral college vote certification and the strength and resilience of our democracy,” his office said.
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Although American voters cast their ballots on November 3, 2020, the votes that officially make Biden President-elect and Kamala Harris Vice President-elect will be cast on Monday when the electoral college meets.
Biden and Harris are expected to receive 306 electoral college votes to 232 for Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence.
The constitution gives the electors the power to choose the president and vice president, a process that often goes smoothly.
But this year, because President Donald Trump has refused to concede defeat, the electoral college vote is receiving much more attention.