After Siege, 127 Republicans Back Failed Effort To Block Certification Of Biden's Win : The NPR Politics Podcast Members of the U.S. House and Senate on Wednesday voted to reject objections to President-elect Joe Biden's election victory in the state of Arizona. Debate continues and there could be further objections, though Biden's win is very likely to be certified in the coming hours.

This episode: political correspondent Scott Detrow and congressional correspondent Susan Davis.

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After Siege, 127 Republicans Back Failed Effort To Block Certification Of Biden's Win

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After Siege, 127 Republicans Back Failed Effort To Block Certification Of Biden's Win

After Siege, 127 Republicans Back Failed Effort To Block Certification Of Biden's Win

After Siege, 127 Republicans Back Failed Effort To Block Certification Of Biden's Win

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Members of the U.S. House and Senate on Wednesday voted to reject objections to President-elect Joe Biden's election victory in the state of Arizona. Debate continues and there could be further objections, though Biden's win is very likely to be certified in the coming hours.

This episode: political correspondent Scott Detrow and congressional correspondent Susan Davis.

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Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.
Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org.
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