OA573: Harvard Law Review Publishes Dubious Note on Election Law

A note in the Harvard Law Review suggests we ought to “Remove presidential elections from the Anderson-Burdick Framework.” So, just what does that mean and is it a good idea? Listen in as Andrew breaks it down! Also, we’ve got an update in the Madison Cawthorn situation, and more Kraken sanctions updates!

Links: remedial election plan ruling, Special Masters plan, another kraken loss, Judge Parker ruling, 6th Circuit appeal, Removing Presidential Elections from the Anderson-Burdick Framework – Harvard Law Review

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