Electoral College To Finalize Presidential Vote On Monday, 538 Americans will cast their vote for president. They are the members of the U.S. Electoral College. They'll meet in each state to vote, and then, finally, the storied 2008 campaign will officially end.
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Electoral College To Finalize Presidential Vote

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Electoral College To Finalize Presidential Vote

Electoral College To Finalize Presidential Vote

Electoral College To Finalize Presidential Vote

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On Monday, 538 Americans will cast their vote for president. They are the members of the U.S. Electoral College. They'll meet in each state to vote, and then, finally, the storied 2008 campaign will officially end.

Democrat Barack Obama won the popular vote in 28 states and the District of Columbia. The electoral votes are expected to confirm his win.

Host Liane Hansen talks with first-time voting elector Betty L. Squire of Richmond, Va. Her state was carried by a Democratic candidate for the first time since 1964.