On the evening of the 6th local time, the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives resumed the accreditation of votes in the joint meeting.
In response to the previously opposed Arizona Electoral College vote count, the vote results of both houses showed that the opposition was invalid, maintaining the original vote count, that is, Biden won 11 electoral votes.
After Arizona accreditation, both houses will continue to certify other state electoral college votes.
The two houses of the U.S. Congress held a joint meeting on the same day to count and certify the results of the 2020 U.S. presidential election by state electoral colleges.
Shortly after the joint meeting began, the two houses held separate debates according to federal law due to Republican lawmen’ opposition to the Arizona vote count.
During the debate, there was an attack on Congress by Trump supporters, and the relevant meetings were suspended for a while. After the shock to Congress, some Republican lawmakers changed their original opposition.