The 538 members of the Electoral College will meet in their state capitols Monday, almost assuredly sealing President-elect Donald Trump’s victory.
Trump won 306 electoral votes on Election Day, crossing the 270 electoral vote threshold needed to clinch the presidency and surpassing Hillary Clinton’s 232 electoral votes. Monday’s results are expected to match those figures almost exactly.
Even though the frantic push to exert pressure on the Republican electors isn’t expected to change the outcome, it’s still put the Electoral College under an unusual spotlight.
Here are five things to watch for as the Electoral College casts their ballots.