AUGUSTA – Monday afternoon members of Maine’s Electoral College will cast their ballot for the president of the United States.
Members will meet around 2 p.m. at the Maine State House in Augusta where their votes will be counted and tallied.
4 votes will be cast for The Pine Tree State with 3 expected to be given to Hillary Clinton and 1 vote for Donald Trump.
The process is open to the public and a history of the electoral college will be given as part of the occasion.
Maine law says the expectation of electors is that they will vote in accordance with the will of the voters
Maine GOP Chairman Richard Bennett is expected to cast the lone vote for Trump and has recently been pressured by voters to change his decision.