Biden officially wins the California Electoral College vote

Elected President Joe BidenJoe Biden said Republican senators called to congratulate Biden: Trump’s attending the inauguration is a “result” of the country that Biden says the family will avoid trade disputes further He officially decided the number of electoral college votes he needs to win the White House next month after California ratified her election on Friday.

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla approved Biden’s appointment of 55 voters after reviewing the election results, raising Biden’s total number to 279 – nine more than the 270 voters who would need to be elected president.

The Golden State election result has never been in doubt due to its dark blue shades, and the vote certification is often a formality every four years that is never surprising, but Biden’s main milestone this year comes. President TrumpDonald John Trump Biden said Republican senators called to congratulate Biden: Trump’s attendance at the inauguration is a “result” of the country that Biden says the family will avoid trade disputes further A flurry of legal appeals to nullify election results in major swing states are launched before they are completed in an effort to undermine Biden’s victory.

Weeks earlier, Biden was expected to be the winner in the presidential race, and the Public Services Department followed suit after a delay, but collecting more than 270 electoral votes is the latest step in cementing his position as an elected president.

The nation’s voters will meet in their states to cast their ballots, which will be counted in a joint session of Congress on January 6.

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Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala HarrisKamala Harris Biden says Republican senators called to congratulate him. Biden says his family will avoid trade disputes. Biden says China should adhere to “international standards.” More They have been in the midst of their move for weeks now, but Trump and his allies in Congress and the media have continued to make allegations without evidence that widespread voter fraud has swung the election toward Biden.

However, the president has faced a series of legal setbacks as courts in states such as Georgia, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin dismissed lawsuits for the Republican Party, often due to a lack of evidence.

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