Races Still Too Close to Call


Edward B. Foley

- Moritz College of Law
Charles W. Ebersold and Florence Whitcomb Ebersold Chair in Constitutional Law; Director, Election Law @ Moritz
Posted on November 3, 2010, 9:26 am

A handful of races across the country have yet to be decided and some could be headed toward recounts. Gubernatorial races in Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Maine, Minnesota, Oregon, and Vermont, as well as U.S. Senate races in Alaska, Colorado, and Washington remain close. Also, three states – Florida, Washington, and Minnesota -- that underwent recounts in the 2000s have chances to show lessons learned this year.  UPDATE: The gubernatorial races in Florida, Maine, and Vermont are now settled, and news organizations are declaring a winner in Colorado.

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Edward B. Foley is Director of the Election Law at Moritz program. His primary area of current research concerns the resolution of disputed elections. Having published several law journal articles on this topic, he is currently writing a book on the history of disputed elections in the United States. He is also serving as Reporter for the American Law Institute's new Election Law project. Professor Foley's "Free & Fair" is a collection of his writings that he has penned for Election Law at Moritz. View Complete Profile

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