The Executive Committee of the Third Congressional District Republican Party has overwhelmingly adopted a resolution calling upon North Carolina members of Congress to object to the votes of presidential electors from states tainted by election fraud when Congress meets January 6 to count the electoral votes from the Electoral College. Letters have been sent to the NC delegation conveying this message.
If one Congressman and one Senator object during the consideration of the electoral votes, the Constitution requires debate by each house, with a mandatory two hours of debate time per objection. This carries the potential to "run out the clock"
and force the election into the House and Senate. The House would elect the president and the Senate would elect the Vice President. The House votes as one vote per state delegation rather than one vote per member, and Republicans hold a majority of state delegations.
In 2016, multiple Democrat congressmen entered objections to electoral votes but no Senator did so.
So far, among the North Carolina delegation, Congressman Dan Bishop and Ted Budd have pledged to object to electoral votes from the states tainted by election fraud, as has Congressman-elect Madison Cawthorn. The others, including 3rd District Congressman Greg Murphy, have not publicly taken a position yet.
This is the final shot at a remedy for the election fraud that tainted the November election.