States are the first line of defense in election-related disputes. But will they be able to prevent a constitutional crisis?
Todd Carney is a first-year student at Harvard Law School. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Political Science and Public Communications. He has also worked in digital media in New York City and Washington D.C.
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