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Bruce Marks Evaluates US Supreme Court Decision on Electors to RIA News

by | Jul 9, 2020 | M&S in Press

July 8, 2020

Bruce Marks comments the Supreme Court decision where state may require presidential electors to support the winner of its popular vote and may punish or replace those who don’t, settling a disputed issue in advance of this fall’s election.

As the Court recognizes, nothing in the Constitution prevents States from requiring Presidential electors to vote for the candidate chosen by the people.

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