How we vote 2: Private “Amicus” Election Dispute Tribunal?

Ned Foley sure loves Lloyd Cutler. He keeps referring Cutler as just the sort of non-partisan observer who could head up a private sector amicus court that can be set up as a way to settle election disputes.

Ned is encountering some tough sledding, however. I’m not sure the audience is ready to outsource judicial oversight over democracy.

(Dan Tokaji whispers in my ear that Federal District courts have done a pretty good job.)