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Eagle analysis: Electoral College funny business

Dec 14th, 2020 (edited)
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  27. Michigan legislature presses ahead with investigation into election irregularities
  28. https://justthenews.com/government/state-houses/amid-lawsuit-setbacks-michigan-continues-oversight-hearings-election
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  30. WATCH LIVE: The Arizona Senate holds hearing on election fraud (already in progress):
  31. https://therightscoop.com/watch-live-the-arizona-senate-holds-hearing-on-election-fraud-already-in-progress/
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  33. Supreme Court Rules Electoral College Must Support Popular Vote
  34. https://nationalinterest.org/blog/politics/supreme-court-rules-electoral-college-must-support-popular-vote-164233
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  36. State Control of Electors
  37. http://archive.fairvote.org/?page=967
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  39. There is no federal law that requires electors to vote as they have pledged, but 29 states and the District of Columbia have legal control over how their electors vote in the Electoral College. This means their electors are bound by state law and/or by state or party pledge to cast their vote for the candidate that wins the statewide popular vote. At the same time, this also means that there are 21 states in the union that have no requirements of, or legal control over, their electors. Therefore, despite the outcome of a state’s popular vote, the state’s electors are ultimately free to vote in whatever manner they please, including an abstention, with no legal repercussions. The states with legal control over their electors are the following 29 and D.C.:
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  41. Alabama (Code of Ala. §17-19-2)
  42. Alaska (Alaska Stat. §15.30.090)
  43. California (Election Code §6906)
  44. Colorado (CRS §1-4-304)
  45. Connecticut (Conn. Gen. Stat. §9-176)
  46. Delaware (15 Del C §4303)
  47. District of Columbia (§1-1312(g))
  48. Florida (Fla. Stat. §103.021(1))
  49. Hawaii (HRS §14-28)
  50. Maine (21-A MRS §805)
  51. Maryland (Md Ann Code art 33, §8-505)
  52. Massachusetts (MGL, ch. 53, §8)
  53. Michigan (MCL §168.47)
  54. Mississippi (Miss Code Ann §23-15-785)
  55. Montana (MCA §13-25-104)
  56. Nebraska (§32-714)
  57. Nevada (NRS §298.050)
  58. New Mexico (NM Stat Ann §1-15-9)
  59. North Carolina (NC Gen Stat §163-212)
  60. Ohio (ORC Ann §3505.40)
  61. Oklahoma (26 Okl St §10-102)
  62. Oregon (ORS §248.355)
  63. South Carolina (SC Code Ann §7-19-80)
  64. Tennessee (Tenn Code Ann §2-15-104(c))
  65. Utah (Utah Code Ann §20A-13-304)
  66. Vermont (17 VSA §2732)
  67. Virginia (§24.2-203)
  68. Washington (RCW §29.71.020)
  69. Wisconsin (Wis Stat §7.75)
  70. Wyoming (Wyo Stat §22-19-108)
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  72. Excluded from above list pertinent to 2020 election:
  73. Arizona
  74. Georgia
  75. (New York)
  76. Pennsylvania
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  78. Included pertinent to 2020 election:
  79. Michigan
  80. Nebraska
  81. Wisconsin
  82. Virginia
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