NY Electors Cast Votes for Biden, Harris in Brief Ceremony

December 14, 2020

ALBANY, N.Y. — New York's 29 presidential electors awarded their votes to Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris Monday on Monday.

The vote took place in the state Capitol in the state Assembly chamber. Electors included former President Bill Clinton and former New York U.S. Sen. and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who were the first two to cast their votes.

The vote took about half an hour and finished without any surprises. Electors sat in separate rows behind invisible plastic dividers. All wore masks as they sat and cast their votes one by one.

"But the brevity of the proceeding does not minimize the gravity of our actions," said Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who served as president of the state's electors. "In fact, it's quite the opposite. This pandemic, these masks, this physical configuration are a stark reminder to the nation that government matters and leadership matters and good government that not only improves people's lives but can literally save people's lives."

One man outside the Capitol held a sign that read: "You're fired," a reference to outgoing President Donald Trump.


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