DOVER, Del. (AP) — Delaware’s three presidential electors cast their votes Monday for fellow Delawarean Joe Biden.

Delaware’s electors were Marla Blunt Carter, a former Biden Senate staffer and sister of U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester; former state Democratic Party chairman John Daniello; and Marie Mayor, a former Democratic state House candidate.

They met at an empty gym at Delaware State University in Dover, seated at separate tables and wearing masks because of the coronavirus.

One-by-one, the electors announced his or her vote for Biden and Kamala Harris, then walked to a table and signed nine copies of the official certificate of vote.

By law, the electors were required to vote for Biden, who won the majority of votes in Delaware’s general election.

“To be able to vote for Delaware’s own Joe Biden to be the president of the United States is such an honor,” said Blunt Carter.