Kamala Harris Shouldn’t Have to Save the 2024 Election
As Matthew Seligman of the Campaign Legal Center said, election lawyers are unwavering on this point. “It’s critical to be clear that the Constitution does not vest the vice-president (as president of the Senate) with any unilateral authority at all to reject electoral votes or to resolve disputes about competing slates of electors,” he said. “That theory was the basis of the Eastman memo, and it is absolutely incorrect — whether it’s Vice-President Pence, Vice-President Harris, or any other politician of any political party.”
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