Republicans in Congress are about to object to Pennsylvania’s election results. Here’s what you need to know.
Questions around whether election law was followed are a matter for the courts, not Congress — and the courts have done their job, said Adav Noti, an election-law expert who heads trial litigation for the nonpartisan, Washington-based nonprofit Campaign Legal Center. “It both gets the separation of powers wrong, because it’s trying to give Congress the judiciary’s role,” Noti said, “but it also gets federalism wrong, because it tries to give the federal government the states’ role.”
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