Ramshackle Federalism: America’s Archaic and Dysfunctional Presidential Election System
presidential election; election law; election process law
Accordingly, this Article proposes five sensible and achievable reforms to modernize the presidential election system. Each requires Congress and the federal government to play a much more proactive role in the presidential election system. The Constitution may be founded on federalist principles, but excessive decentralization is not serving us well in presidential election administration. In an age of tumultuous and accelerating change, the presidential election system must be modernized to meet the needs of twenty-first century America.
Anthony J. Gaughan,
Ramshackle Federalism: America’s Archaic and Dysfunctional Presidential Election System,
85 Fordham L. Rev. 1021
Available at: https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/flr/vol85/iss3/4
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