Amid protests, Pennsylvania electors cast 20 votes for President-elect Trump

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HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Pennsylvania's 20 electoral college delegates voted unanimously for President-elect Donald Trump as they convened Monday at the state Capitol.

A combination of applause on the House of Representatives chamber floor mixed with boos and jeers of protestors in the public gallery when Pennsylvania Republican Party Chairman and electoral college president Rob Gleason announced the results of the vote.

"Not my President!" one demonstrator shouted. "Shame on you!" yelled another.


Pennsylvania Secretary of State Pedro A. Cort├ęs will convene the 58th Electoral College in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the business of casting, certifying, and transmitting votes for President and Vice President of the United States.

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