INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana’s 11 representatives to the Electoral College unanimously cast their votes Monday for President Donald Trump.
The ceremonial voting process was held in the State House Chamber and took just five minutes. Indiana Secretary of State Connie Lawson presided over the meeting.
Presidential electors across the country began casting the votes that will formally choose Joe Biden as the nation’s next president Monday morning.
The Trump-Pence ticket was favored by 487,103 more Indiana voters at the Nov. 3 general election than the Democratic ticket led by former Vice President Joe Biden and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris.
A 2017 statute approved by the Republican-controlled General Assembly and enacted by Republican Gov. Eric Holcomb stipulates that an Indiana elector who fails to vote for the candidate they’ve pledged to support is immediately replaced by an alternate elector and the original vote is not counted.