What Happens If Trump and Biden Both Claim Victory?
"I agree with all of this. If we get to this worst-case scenario, with two competing slates and split-party control of the two chambers of Congress, it is almost inconceivable to me that the Supreme Court doesn't decide that question," said Adav Noti, senior director of trial litigation and chief of staff at the Campaign Legal Center. He added that Chief Justice "John Roberts, for all his reluctance to get involved in political disputes, the reason he doesn't like that is to build credibility for exactly situations like this."
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