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What Happens When a Presidential Election Is Too Close to Call? AEI’s Definitive Guide to the Electoral College Explains It All
The ballots are cast and we still don’t know who our next president will be. What happens next? The answer to this question and more is in the definitive guide to the electoral college published by the American Enterprise Institute. After the People Vote: A Guide to the Electoral College edited by Walter Berns (115 pages) explains the critical workings of the electoral college, the process of presidential succession, and the interactions of the Constitution with federal and state statutes and party and parliamentary rules.
In addition to the distinguished scholar Walter Berns, contributors to this edition include Norman Ornstein (essays on disputed elections), Martin Diamond (on the electoral college), Robert Goldwin, Michael Malbin, Thomas Mann, Howard Penniman, Austin Ranney, and Richard M. Scammon.
To arrange an interview with Walter Berns, Norman Ornstein, or Robert Goldwin, please contact Veronique Rodman, AEI Director of Public Affairs, at 202.862.4871.