Where Things Stand: The Evolution Of The GOP’s New Electoral Count Act Talking Point 

Back in August, Trevor Potter of the Campaign Legal Center and Norm Ornstein of American Enterprise Institute wrote a Café piece for TPM advocating for lawmakers to rectify the outdated ECA, first passed in 1887, as a tangible step toward preventing another Jan. 6 attack. The law is vague, inviting confusion around Congress and the vice president’s role in certifying the Electoral College votes.

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