A. The Electoral College votes for the
President and Vice President. Whichever person gets the most votes for
President becomes President, and whichever person gets the most votes for Vice-
President becomes Vice President. It would, however, be inaccurate to call the
Electoral College a government body. What you might be thinking of is that the
votes of the College are opened in a joint session of Congress. If, at that
time, there is no majority winner, the Congress chooses the winners (the House
chooses a President, and the Senate chooses a Vice President). See the 12th Amendment for details.