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April 04, 2011

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Richard Winger

U.S. Code, Title 3, section 6, tells jurisdictions that elect presidential electors to report how many votes each candidate for presidential elector received, after any presidential election. The report must be made to the U.S. archivist. Bob Barr's candidates for presidential elector were legally qualified candidates, recognized by the D.C. Board of Elections itself. The write-in procedure was forced on the Board in Kamins v D.C. Board of Elections back in 1974.

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