I recently had the honor and privilege to attend the Indiana Meeting of Presidential Electors. This is the meeting of Indiana's 11 Presidential Electors, essentially Indiana's contribution to the Electoral College.
Indiana voted for a Democrat for the first time in 44 years when Barack Obama won the state on November 4. This is only the 5th time in the history of the state that Democrats have gotten to cast Electoral Ballots for President of the United States.
I shot some video of the event that I've edited down to about 7 minutes. It was an hour and a half ceremony, which seems like a long time for 11 people to vote when the result is, basically, a foregone conclusion. (Faithless electors are very rare, but they do happen.)
I also included the remarks of Rep. Baron Hill (D) and former Indiana Secretary of State and Former Indiana Democratic Party Chair Joe Hogsett as separate videos. Neither are stellar orators, but our midwestern readers will probably be interested in hearing what they had to say.