. Congress’ Role In Election Results: Here’s What Happens Jan. 6 « JO LEE MAGAZINE

NPR – As President Trump continues to claim falsely that he, and not Joe Biden, won the Nov. 3 presidential election, the next date that looms on the electoral calendar is Jan. 6. That’s when Congress meets in a joint session to count formally the votes of the Electoral College.

At 1 p.m. lawmakers from the House and Senate will assemble in the House chamber, with Vice President Pence presiding in his role as president of the Senate. He will then begin to open the sealed certificates submitted by each state and hand them to tellers appointed from among the House and Senate members to read.

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