Wisconsin’s Presidential Electors are set to vote Monday, mirroring a process taking place across the nation. They’ll meet at noon in the State Capitol. The 10 electors will select a chairperson and a secretary, then vote on paper ballots.
After the chairperson announces the vote, all electors will sign six original copies of the Certificates of Votes Cast, and adjourn.
Republicans have the chance to cast electoral votes for their candidate in Wisconsin for the first time in 32 years and despite public pressure, GOP electors say they’re still going to vote for Donald Trump. Nationally, Trump opponents need three dozen electors to change their minds and, so far, only one has said he won’t vote for Trump.