Electors across the country are traveling to state capitols to cast ballots to determine who will become the next president of the United States. There will be few surprises—the results of the 2016 election all but guarantee that President-elect Donald Trump will be inaugurated on Jan. 20.
Despite the results of the election, those who are not confident in the president-elect due to his business conflicts of interest and Russia’s influence on the election have called on the electors to reconsider voting for Trump. The Associated Press reports some 200 protesters met electors as they cast their ballots in Harrisburg, Pa. States including Michigan are also expecting protests on Monday.
The likelihood that Donald Trump will not be elected on Monday is very low—that would require 37 electors to change their votes to another candidate.
Watch live above starting at 12 p.m. ET as electors cast their votes.
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