Verify: Can Congress reject Electoral College votes?
Our sources are reports from the congressional research service and Aseem Mulji, legal council at Campaign Legal Center. Congress will read the results out loud and count them in a joint session on January 6th next year at 1:00 p.m. “There isn’t a ton of guidance about what does or doesn’t count as an objection. Because these are internal rules, it is up to Congress to decide whether the objections are valid,” said Mulji.
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