2016 election day coverage with Election Law @ Moritz
Join our expert faculty for continuing coverage of legal issues arising from the 2016 election as Election Law @ Moritz monitors races across the country today. The group plans to pay particular attention to the presidential race and a handful of U.S. Senate races that could be pivotal. The program has set up headquarters at The Ohio Union with faculty, staff, and students all monitoring results and reported problems as they roll in.
Click here or visit our multimedia page here to listen to a recording of today’s earlier discussion, “Election 2016: Hacking and Other Problems,” featuring Ned Foley, professor of law and director of Election Law @ Moritz; Charles Stewart III, Kenan Sahin Distinguished Professor of Political Science at MIT, and Ted Allen, associate professor in The Ohio State University Department of Integrated Systems Engineering; and moderated by Steve Huefner, professor of law and senior fellow of Election Law @ Moritz.
Click here for up-to-the-minute analysis of legal issues that have arisen throughout the day on the Election Law @ Moritz site.