CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire’s four Electoral College members are expected to vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton.

The four are gathering in the Executive Council chambers on Monday morning, as electors nationwide meet in their state capitals. Clinton won New Hampshire on Nov. 8, handing her the state’s four electoral votes. New Hampshire’s electors are not expected to break rank and vote for Republican president-elect Donald Trump or someone else.

Still, a small group of anti-Trump protesters are gathered outside the Statehouse. A group called Democracy Spring is organizing the protest. Organizers say the purpose of the gathering is to thank New Hampshire’s electors for backing Clinton.

Trump needs 270 votes to win. He is slated to reach 306 based on state’s he won in November.

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