It’s official: Delaware’s electoral votes given to Clinton

DOVER — Hillary Clinton is the winner of the Electoral College presidential vote in Delaware.

Delaware’s three Democratic Party electors officially cast their ballots for Clinton on Monday at an Electoral College gathering at Legislative Hall.

Lydia York, Linda Cavanaugh and Lynn Fuller all voted for Clinton, as expected, giving her the state’s three electoral votes.

Clinton lost the nationwide Electoral College vote in November to Republican president-elect Donald Trump.

Electoral College voters are gathering in state capitals across the country to make the November results official.

Clinton supporters have pressured Republican electors not to vote for Trump, but the attempt to overturn the November results was not an issue in heavily Democratic Delaware.

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