Derek Muller on Why the 10th Circuit’s Decision on Faithless Electors is Potentially Radical and Important (and Why the 10th Circuit en banc or SCOTUS Could Well Reverse on Procedural Grounds)

Always read Derek on the Electoral College: In the latest of a string of faithless elector litigation arising from the 2016 presidential election, the 10th Circuit issued a decision finding that Colorado wrongly removed an elector pledged to support Clinton … Continue reading

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Shenanigans Going on with Ohio Ballot Measure Purportedly Aimed at Getting State to Assign Electoral College Votes to the Popular Vote Winner

John Koza, the force behind the National Popular Vote initiative writes: Ohio news organizations have been trying to identify the mysterious backers of an initiative petition proposing an amendment to the Ohio Constitution requiring the Ohio legislature to guarantee the … Continue reading

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“The challenge facing the challenge to winner-take-all systems in the Electoral College”

Derek Muller: David Boies is leading an effort to challenge the winner-take-all method that most states use when awarding presidential electors. There are different ways states might award electors (which I used to project alternative electoral outcomes in 2016). Brenden Cline in 2017 nicely summarized the … Continue reading

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Breaking: “Legal Team Led by David Boies and LULAC Files Lawsuits Challenging Winner-Take-All Approach to Selecting Electors in Presidential Elections”

Release: A coalition of law firms led by David Boies of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP, and The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) today announced the filing of four landmark lawsuits challenging the winner-take-all method states use to allocate … Continue reading

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