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POLITICAL WRAP: Electoral College Meets Monday; Latest on COVID Vaccine

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Monday, the Electoral College will meet to formally cast their ballots for President and Vice President of the United States.

It comes just days after the Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit by the Texas Attorney General to overturn millions of votes.

Our political contributor Mary C. Curtis has more on this and the latest on the arrival of the COVID vaccine, in the video above.

Mary C. Curtis: Election Results 2020

CHARLOTTE, NC — President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are locked in tight races in battleground states across the country.

Trump won Florida, Ohio and Iowa, important battlegrounds, but races were too early to call in other fiercely contested states, including North Carolina, Georgia and Pennsylvania.

WCCB political contributor Mary C. Curtis has breakdown of the results.

You can also check out Mary’s podcast ‘Equal Time.’

Mary C. Curtis: Presidential Campaign Visits

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — With presidential campaign visits, Charlotte is the center of a political universe.

If you did not already realize it, now it’s clear that North Carolina and Charlotte will be crucial in the November elections — actually before then, as early voting starts soon and mail-in ballots are already going out.

Both President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden will be visiting Charlotte this week — Biden on Wednesday and President Trump on Thursday. Family members and surrogates, both in person and virtually, have already visited the state — which holds 15 electoral votes and battleground status. (Mary C. Curtis)

North Carolina and the Electoral College


CHARLOTTE, NC — It’s not over ’til the Electoral College says so! With the national polls tightening, North Carolina and its 15 electoral votes matter more than ever. Our political contributor Mary C. Curtis is live in the studio on the battle for our battleground state.