Members of the North Carolina electoral college are set to cast their ballots for the next President and Vice President of the United States.
North Carolina Secretary of State Elaine Marshall will convene the electors at noon on Monday in the Capitol Building's Old Hall of the House of Representatives in Raleigh.
Last month's popular vote determined that electors nominated by the state Democratic Party will cast the official ballots for the state. North Carolina's 15 electors will cast their ballots and prepare certificates of vote for president and vice president.
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