California electoral college: Who votes, and how to watch

When California’s electors meet at 2 p.m. Pacific time Monday, their votes are expected to push Joe Biden past the 270 needed to win the presidency.
The state’s 55 votes are pledged to Biden, and the electors are required by law to adhere to the popular vote.
The electors will gather in the Assembly chambers in Sacramento. The event is scheduled to be live-streamed; a window at the bottom of this file should go live around 2 p.m. (If it does not display, click here to go to the Assembly website.)
The electors are chosen by each party and are often behind-the-scenes party stalwarts. Probably the most recognizable name on this year’s California list is Pete McCloskey, 93, who represented a San Mateo County district in Congress from 1967 to 1983.
The 2020 Democratic electors are:

Agustin Arreola
Katherine Bancroft
Kara Bechtle
Brandon Benjamin
Janine Bera
Peter Bolland
Mary Bowker
Janice Brown
Patty Cappelluti
Jacki Cisneros
Marsha Conant
Freddye Davis
Steven Diebert
Emily Dredd
Lee Fink
Bryan Fletcher
Mark Gonzalez
Madeline Handy
Ronald Herrera
Jihee Huh
LaNiece Jones
Elizabeth Kann
David Kennedy
Dona Kerkvliet-Varin
Wallace Knox
Vinzenz Koller
Franklin Lima
Christina Marquez
Paul “Pete” McCloskey
Thomas Mcinerney
Jillian McNerney
Nelida Mendoza
Betty Monroy
Brock Neeley
Alex Norman
Jane Pandell
Yolanda Parker
Wiliam Prady
Andre Quintero
Amy Rao
Kevin Sabellico
Anne Sanger
Mattie Scott
Suzanne Singer
Brian Solecki
Erin Sturdivant
Naomi Tomita
Robert Torres
Catherine Ward
Karen Waters
Shirley Weber
Katherine Wilkinson
Tayte Williams
Rosalind Wyman
Brandon Zavala

For live tracking of the voting nationwide — it started around 7 a.m. Pacific — see CNN’s real-time updates.

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