Category Archives: electoral college

Judge Luttig Likes the Cheney-Lofgren Bill to Change the Electoral Count Act, Urges House and Senate to Compromise to Pass an anti Election Subversion Bill

Thread begins here: This week, Congresswoman Liz Cheney @RepLizCheney and Congresswoman Zoe Lofgren @RepZoeLofgren introduced a bipartisan bill in the House to reform the Electoral Count Act of 1887. This bill represents a comprehensive and compelling Rule of Law… Continue reading

Cheney-Lofgren Bill to Amend the Electoral Count Act Lists Permissible Bases to Object to Counting Certain Electors, Including that Candidate is Ineligible for President Because of Participation in an Insurrection

I’ve just begun reviewing the draft Cheney-Lofgren bill to reform the Electoral Count Act. It is very much in line with the spirit of the Collins-Manchin bill in the Senate, but differs in some particulars. For example, it has a… Continue reading

“We Have a Bill to Help Prevent Another Jan. 6 Attack; It’s past time to reform the Electoral Count Act to make clear Congress can’t overturn an election result.”

Liz Cheney and Zoe Lofgren oped in the WSJ (with a proposal that sounds very much in line with Collins-Manchin): Despite this, Mr. Trump continues to make intentionally false election-fraud allegations, claiming that he should be reinstalled as president. And… Continue reading