Fact check: No, Pence can't overturn the election results

“One of the points of the Electoral Count Act is to constrain the vice president given this earlier episode and make it clear that he’s a presider not a decider,” explained Trevor Potter, president of the Campaign Legal Center and a former chairman of the Federal Election Commission. The Electoral Count Act, Potter explained, offers a detailed playbook for how Congress’ counting is supposed to go and it specifically limits the vice president's work to a ceremonial job, "It says the vice president shall preside and he shall ensure that the certifications and votes from the states are opened and read out,” Potter said.

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