The House and Senate has reconvened the joint session and will resume counting the electoral ballots.
According to a Senate GOP leadership aide, when the Senate returns to the chamber to debate the objection to Pennsylvania, expected to be triggered by GOP Sen. Josh Hawley, they will not hold two hours of debate but will go straight to a roll call vote on the objection.
This will allow many senators to leave the Capitol while the House debates, possibly for two hours, and then votes on the Pennsylvania objection.
It’s unclear right now if the House would yield back time and not use the full two hours.
There will not likely be any more objections but after Pennsylvania is dealt with, the joint session will have to reconvene and complete counting of the ballots.
CNN's Phil Mattingly has more: