The 538 members of the Electoral College are set on Monday to make President-elect Donald Trump’s victory official.

In all 50 state capitals and the District of Columbia, electors — chosen by the state parties of the candidate who carried their state, Trump or Hillary Clinton — will meet to cast their ballots. The gatherings will remove the last bit of drama from 2016’s unprecedented election season — and post-election efforts to persuade Republican electors to vote against Trump, in some cases in violation of state laws requiring electors to support the victor.
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