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Congressman Mo Brooks of the 5th Alabama Congressional District has announced that he will object to the Electoral Count on January 5th should the Electoral College vote to elect Joe Biden when it meets on December 14th.
He is trying to find a Senator to join him in challenging the vote.
I urge @realDonaldTrump & Republicans to fight Biden’s unlawful victory claims. There’s no way I’ll vote in the House to ratify the Electoral College votes of states where illegal votes distorted the will of the people in those states who voted legally.https://t.co/EEt4soixaS
— Mo Brooks (@RepMoBrooks) November 7, 2020
On January 5th, 2021, Congress will meet in a Joint Session to certify the Electoral College vote. Should neither candidate obtain 270 electoral votes in the certification process, Congress would pick the winner.