Congressman Paul Gosar objected to the certification and counting of Arizona, had it in writing and signed by both a representative and a senator.

Vice President Mike Pence said about the objection, “Complies with the law, Chapter I of Title 3 of the United States code, the clerk will report the objection.”

The two chambers then will separately recess and debate for up to two hours, followed with a vote to accept or reject the objection.

More GOP lawmakers are expected to object several states’ electoral votes.

Click below to watch how some were not happy to hear about this objection!

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