Ned Foley Says Changes in the Electoral Count Act are Desperately Needed Before the 2024 Election

Ned’s WaPo piece concludes:

At the very least, the new Congress should hold hearings on the topic. The need to improve the Electoral Count Act is made more urgent by this uncomfortable fact: Before 2020, one could think its procedures would be relevant only when it is genuinely indeterminate which candidate won. Now we see that Congress might be called upon to settle a presidential election whenever a defeated candidate manages to generate just enough doubt about the outcome to make a political dispute of it.


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