Georgia's electors will convene Monday at noon at the state Capitol to cast their votes for president. And as in several major cities across the country, they'll likely run into protests.
Several groups, including Democracy Spring Georgia and the Electoral College Petition, have scheduled rallies outside the Capitol in the morning.
The protesters plan to ask Georgia's 16 electors not to vote for the candidate who won the state, Donald Trump.
It's not the first time this year the state's electors have faced pressure from the public.