Why Republicans Won't Be Able to Steal the Election for Trump
“The legislature’s role ends on Election Day. At that point, the people have chosen the state’s presidential electors, as determined by the popular vote, and under federal law neither the legislature nor anyone else can choose presidential electors after Election Day,” Adav Noti, the head of litigation at the Campaign Legal Center and a member of the task force, told VICE News. “The Constitution specifically gives Congress, not state legislatures, the power to set the date on which presidential electors are chosen, and this year Congress set that date as November 3; no state legislature has the power to act on any other date,” he added.
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