Explainer: Can Trump Override the Popular Vote?
Legal experts said legislators could pass a resolution saying the election was so marred by irregularities that the outcome could not be determined and then proceed to appoint their own electors. This is particularly true in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, where the legislature is controlled by Republicans while the governors and secretaries of state are Democrats. "There’s a lot of reasons to think that’s illegal and improper and politically infeasible," said Paul Smith, a professor at Georgetown and a vice president for the Campaign Legal Center, a voter advocacy group. "But some people are talking about it for sure."
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