Congress likely won't take action on the growing threats to election integrity, leaving election workers vulnerable to criminal prosecution and results open to partisan tampering
"The first problem is that that [the law] is very unclear and convoluted. And the stakes of a disputed presidential election are so high that clarity and certainty in the law are critically important, and we saw some of the price of the lack of clarity this year," Matthew Seligman, special counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, said at a recent American Enterprise Institute panel on the future law. Seligman and the other scholars suggested that Congress could update the act's language to raise the threshold for bringing an objection.
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