Senator Cardin on ALI-Convened Group’s Contribution to Proposed ECA Bill
A bipartisan Senate group recent presented proposed changes to the Electoral Count Act (ECA) after receiving input from election experts, including the nonpartisan group convened by The American Law Institute to produce Principles for ECA Reform.
Senator Benjamin Cardin of Maryland presented the Senate group’s proposal, highlighting ALI’s work in drafting ECA reform:
“I want to thank the work of the American Law Institute, which convened a bipartisan working group to consider possible ECA reforms. In particular, I want to thank cochairs Bob Bauer and Jack Goldsmith for their contributions to our efforts. I also want to thank the staff at Protect Democracy for their suggestions and work here."
Watch Cardin’s remarks on the proposed legislation below or on C-SPAN (beginning at 5:56:34).
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