• Election Law @ Moritz Faculty, (L-R) Ann Ralph, Terri Enns, David Stebenne, Ned Foley, Steve Huefner, and Dan Tokaji.

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tokaji.1Tokaji - Is Ted Cruz Eligible to Be President? Let’s Find Out - February 17, 2016, 8:00 am
Donald Trump has revived the question whether Senator Ted Cruz is ineligible to serve as President due to his birth in Canada. The issue cries…

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