The process for selecting a new president begins with the states—and they may play a decisive role in resolving any disputes that might arise in 2020.
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On Wednesday, USA Today hosted the first and only vice presidential debate of the 2020 election cycle, moderated by Susan Page.
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States are the first line of defense in election-related disputes. But will they be able to prevent a constitutional crisis?
While debates are often chaotic, Tuesday’s was particularly so. Although it is difficult to extract substantive highlights, we've tried to present exchanges that may be of interest to Lawfare readers. It won't be perfect, though we do hope it's helpful.
As always, these excerpts are organized both thematically and chronologically.
The report doesn't break any new ground and highlights the decline of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee.
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The whistleblower claims the national security adviser personally gave explicit instructions to the Department of Homeland Security to prioritize intelligence about Chinese interference.