Posted by By GeorgeM at 3 January, at 10 : 48 AM
Above: State Electoral College Votes and Probable Disposition (although some states prorate votes)
From Chris Strunk, NY Political Activist Extraordinaire …
There is NO binding- rules resolution until adopted by the new house or senate
Today at a Glance: Jan. 3, 2013
After closing out the 112th Congress with one final hour, the House opens the 113th Congress with a quorum call, which will be followed by election of the speaker, the administration of the oath of office and the adoption of the House rules package.
The Senate swears in new and re-elected senators.
Convenes at 11 a.m. for the last daily meeting of the 112th Congress.
Convenes at noon for the 113th Congress.
H Res 5
— Rules package for 113th Congress
Convenes at noon.
No roll call votes expected.
We have heard nothing about any planned Congressional actions to take exception with the Electoral College votes, although actions have been requested by citizens. It seems that Citizens and the law count for little in Washington, DC today. Both big, corrupt parties intend to certify the decision and even talk of running future ineligible candidates. What are we going to DO about that?
Ballot News Blog, Washington, D.C.