Amistad Project Issues New Report Stating Electoral College Deadlines Are Not Set In Stone

Illegal conduct by state and local officials during the election process can alter the deadlines for choosing electors


The Amistad Project of the non-partisan Thomas More Society released a white paper on Friday making the case that current Electoral College deadlines are arbitrary and not set in stone, contrary to what most news outlets have reported.

The white paper says that these deadlines — Dec. 8 for disputes to be resolved and Electors to be determined, and Dec. 14 for the Electoral College to meet in person and vote in their respective states — are a “direct impediment to states’ obligations to investigate disputed elections.”

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