Facing Electoral College vote, Trump continues election attack, but without risks to him, experts say
Judges rarely issue such sanctions and may not want to do so in the current political environment because of the risk of being perceived as partisan, said Paul Smith, vice president of litigation and strategy at the Campaign Legal Center. “These are government defendants. They don’t have a lot of (personal) incentive to start the case all over,” Smith said. “Does the secretary of state or the governor of a state want to go to another whole process of litigating for a relatively small amount of money? I think they’ll probably just let the matter drop and let this whole controversy boil over once we have a new president.”
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