The Good But Also Ominous News From The Supreme Court About Voting in Pennsylvania

Talking Points Memo

Shockingly, the Constitution does not guarantee the American public the right to vote for president. Instead, the Constitution says that the presidential electors are appointed by each state “in such Manner as the Legislature thereof may direct.” The harder question in the Pennsylvania case is whether a state legislature is constrained by its own state constitution in deciding how to hold the election.

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