Nothing Will Impede Wisconsin Electors From Voting For Joe Biden Says Legal Expert
Adav Noti is senior director and chief of staff at Campaign Legal Center. He explains that according to federal law, states have until Dec. 8 to complete all recounts and settle all disputes to the election. Election officials don’t anticipate a recount taking that long. “As long as they do that by a certain date, which this year is December 8, and as long as they do it pursuant to whatever the laws and procedures were, that were in place on Election Day, that state's determination of who won its presidential election is conclusive. Its final, it can't be second guessed later at the federal level or anywhere else,” Noti explains.
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