NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Tennessee's presidential electors are scheduled to cast their ballots at the state Capitol in Nashville on Monday.
They are required by state law to vote for Donald Trump, who overwhelmingly carried Tennessee in November. But that hasn't stopped electors from receiving thousands of letters, emails and phone calls urging them to drop their support for Trump.
Protesters have scheduled rallies at state Capitols around the country, including in Nashville. The group called the December 19 Coalition says it wants to try to persuade electors to change their minds given the CIA and FBI's conclusions that Russia interfered in the presidential election with the goal of supporting Trump.
The vote is scheduled to take place in the chamber of the state House at 9 a.m. Central.