UPDATE: Monday, Dec. 19, 5:31 p.m.
Donald Trump won more than 270 Electoral College votes, which is enough to formally declare him president-elect.
Members of the Electoral College are voting Monday to formally cast their votes for the presidency.
There has been widespread pressure on electors to choose a candidate other than Donald Trump, but it is extremely unlikely a sufficient number of electors will break with their states' voters and pick another candidate.
WATCH | Here's everything you need to know about the electors and whether or not they'll change course and pick someone besides Trump.
As of 2:12 p.m. EST, the following states cast their votes for Trump:
- West Virginia
- South Carolina
- North Carolina
As of 2:12 p.m. EST, the following states cast their votes for Trump (continued):
- South Dakota
As of 1:24 p.m. EST, the following states had cast their votes for Clinton:
- Maine (minus one "faithless elector" vote for Bernie Sanders)
- New York (including a vote from her husband Bill)
- Rhode Island
- New Hampshire
Protesters in Wisconsin broke out the "Shame" chant from "Game of Thrones."
WATCH | Protesters chanted "This is what democracy looks like!" outside the voting site in Columbus, Ohio.
Filmmaker Michael Moore promised to pay the fines for "faithless electors."
Electors: you're not seriously going to appoint a president whom the majority of Americans on election day said they didn't want?— Michael Moore (@MMFlint) December 19, 2016
But so far, it didn't seem anyone had taken him up on his offer.
Hey [censored] I'll find u and put a bullet in ur fat [censored] mouth got me
Some electors, like Michigan's Michael Banerian, have been getting death threats in pro-Trump states, CNN reports.
He says he saw a blog post calling for him and his family to be burned to death.
A Republican elector who vowed to vote against Trump has also received death threats.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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