(CBS4) – – Rep.-elect Lauren BoebertA Republican woman representing Colorado’s 3rd Congressional District says she will object to the results of the electoral college this certified president-elect Joe Bidenwins. Congress will meet on Wednesday to officially count the votes.

Re-election of Lauren Boebert (R-CO) (Image credit: Bonnie Jo Mount / The Washington Post via Getty Images)

Boebert said she would join other Republicans in the House to protest Biden’s victory over President Donald Trump in November. The Republican Congress allies have pointed this out You plan to challenge votes in certain states, although these efforts are likely to be unsuccessful.

“Much of this could have been avoided in Pennsylvania if the courts had heard the case at least before election day, but there are many states like Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Nevada and others that have violated the federal constitution on their constitution changed a way that is not forbidden, which means that their constituents should not be certified, ”explained Boebert.

The US Capitol can be seen in Washington DC on December 7, 2020.

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According to federal law, the legislature may raise objections to the state’s votes. An objection must be submitted in writing and signed by at least one member of the Senate and one member of the House.

Each Congress Chamber will meet separately to discuss the objection with a maximum of two hours’ notice. Then both the House and the Senate will vote on whether to approve the objection.

The objection requires a majority decision, otherwise it fails and the votes of the state are counted.

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