Four Washington electors refuse to vote for Clinton
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Four Democratic electors from Washington state refused to vote for presidential nominee Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonKaine: Obama called Trump a 'fascist' during 2016 campaign Clinton says Zuckerberg has 'authoritarian' views on misinformation Des Moines Register endorses Elizabeth Warren as Democratic presidential nominee MORE Monday when they met to cast their Electoral College ballots.

Three of the state's 12 electors voted instead for former Secretary of State Colin Powell, and one voted for Faith Spotted Eagle, a Sioux tribe elder who has led protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota.

Clinton was allotted all 12 of the state's electoral votes on Election Day, when she beat Donald TrumpDonald John TrumpKaine: Obama called Trump a 'fascist' during 2016 campaign Kaine: GOP senators should 'at least' treat Trump trial with seriousness of traffic court Louise Linton, wife of Mnuchin, deletes Instagram post in support of Greta Thunberg MORE with 54 percent of the vote.

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For vice president, Clinton's running mate Virginia Sen. Tim KaineTimothy (Tim) Michael KaineKaine: GOP senators should 'at least' treat Trump trial with seriousness of traffic court Senate Dems to Pompeo: Comments about NPR reporter 'insulting and contemptuous' Iran resolution supporters fear impeachment will put it on back burner MORE (D) received eight votes, and Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenDes Moines Register endorses Elizabeth Warren as Democratic presidential nominee Sanders faces lingering questions about appeal to women voters Sunday shows preview: Lawmakers prepare for week two of impeachment trial MORE (D-Mass.), Sen. Maria CantwellMaria Elaine CantwellSenators fret over lack of manpower to build 5G Five tech stories to watch in 2020 Hillicon Valley: House panel unveils draft of privacy bill | Senate committee approves bill to sanction Russia | Dems ask HUD to review use of facial recognition | Uber settles sexual harassment charges for .4M MORE (D-Wash.), Sen. Susan CollinsSusan Margaret CollinsKaine: GOP senators should 'at least' treat Trump trial with seriousness of traffic court Romney: 'It's very likely I'll be in favor of witnesses' in Trump impeachment trial Schumer: Trump's team made case for new witnesses 'even stronger' MORE (R-Maine) and environmentalist Winona LaDuke each received one vote.

Electoral College voters around the country convened in their respective states to formally certify the Election Day results Monday.

While anti-Trump groups called for GOP electors to try to block him from winning the necessary 270 votes, the effort appeared to fall flat. As of Monday afternoon, no Republican electors had strayed from Trump. 

However, three other Democratic electors in Maine, Colorado and Minnesota tried to cast their votes for someone other than Clinton, but were barred due to state laws. 

The nominees' final anticipated totals on Election Day were 306 for Trump and 232 for Clinton.