Electoral College casting its votes for president

Hans von Spakovsky said the chances of Trump having indisputable evidence that the election was compromised is very slim.
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There is a lot of chatter on Twitter about how some of these states, like Nevada, have GOP electors casting their vote for Trump.

Hans von Spakovsky said once the electors cast their ballot, the governor of the state and secretary of state certifies the results and send them to Congress.

Have those certified results ever been questioned? Spakovsky said the answer is yes, they have.

Senior Legal Fellow at Heritage Hans von Spakovsky said the only way something can happen is convincing the House and the Senate that the results of a particular state needed to be changed. We know the chances of that are almost nil.