Nevada’s electors just cast their six votes for President-elect Joe Biden during a virtual meeting on Monday.
Biden won Nevada by about two percentage points – 50% to about 48%. He beat Trump by about 33,000 votes.
Trump and other Republicans filed lawsuits to overturn the results, falsely claiming there was widespread fraud in Nevada, where all residents were mailed absentee ballots.
The Nevada Supreme Court unanimously rejected Trump’s long-shot lawsuit, and Nevada's GOP secretary of state has not endorsed Trump's conspiracy theories about the election being “rigged.”
Nevada has voted for the winning candidate in ten of the last 11 presidential elections, with 2016 the only exception.
Remember: The meeting of electors is the next major step in the Electoral College process to affirm the general election results.
Electors are required by law to vote for president and vice president on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, which this year is today. It takes 270 electoral votes of the 538 available to become president.
See the moment: