Free and Fair
History teaches that, far from being a freakish anomaly, Bush v. Gore is just a particularly visible sign of a problematic phenonemon that is deep-rooted in our nation's democracy.
The dispute over reconciliation in the state's gubernatorial election is over, but the court points out an issue that could prove troublesome in future close elections. UPDATE: The Republican candidate has now conceded.
It looks as is if, going forward, "reconciliation" will be the main issue in the still-unresolved gubernatorial election in Minnesota. This post discusses Minnesota law on reconcilation and how it might play out in this year's election.
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