For Now, the Center Holds

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Normally, the ceremonial counting of the electoral votes is a tradition. It’s a holdover from the days before instant communications, when this would have been the official announcement of who won.

In these days of instant communication, we already know who won and we are well into the process of preparing for either continuation or transfer of power.

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