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SCOTUS: States May Punish “Faithless” Electors

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The Supreme Court vigorously agrees that states may fine or otherwise punish Electoral College electors who “go rogue.” The court added that there are limits to the restrictions. Walter Olson comments on the context and history of the decision.


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