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The Electoral College voting results for the Presidential election are considered to be official on which day? a. January 1st c. January 15th b. January 6th d. January 20th
The Electoral College voting results for the Presidential election are considered to be official on B) January 6
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User: The majority of the proposed reforms to the current electoral college system a. also contain flaws. b. incorporate some form of direct election. c. eliminate the national convention. d. none of the above.

User: The Electoral College voting results for the Presidential election are considered to be official on which day? a. January 1st c. January 15th b. January 6th d. January 20th

Weegy: The Electoral College voting results for the Presidential election are considered to be official on B) January 6
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