“The Supreme Court shouldn’t decide voting cases. It keeps getting them wrong.”

This is a piece I’ve written for the Washington Post on the Court’s choice to decide so many “shadow docket” election cases. But the court didn’t have to resolve any of these voting disputes. And it shouldn’t have resolved them. By intervening … Continue reading →

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https://electionlawblog.org/?p=117820
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Nicholas Stephanopoulos


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