Lanhee is joined by long-time election lawyer Ben Ginsberg to talk about what could (but probably won’t) go wrong in this year’s election. They talk about everything from ballot harvesting to recounts in a effort to help us understand what is likely to transpire in the last two weeks before Election Day, and beyond.

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  1. RebeccaCoffey Thatcher

    Thank you for this informative discussion.

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    • October 21, 2020, at 10:46 AM PDT
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  2. Joe D. Lincoln

    In PA, you don’t have to provide identification to vote – let alone with what happens with mail in voting. Now, we fully expect lots of postmarked after the election ballots to show up – all above board – because nobody was able to document that anything went wrong.

    Give me a break, nobody will be able to prove if anything was not done properly. I cannot understand why providing an ID to either vote or get your absentee/mail in vote should be such a big ask.

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    • October 21, 2020, at 1:54 PM PDT
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