The Truths & Myths of "Election Fraud" and Ballot Recounts (2020 Post-Mortem)

photo"The NYC Political Forum"

We'll continue our discussion on the aftermath of the 2020 election. For this meeting, our panelists are:

Barry Richard, Esq. (Greenberg Traurig)
Litigation Counsel in Bush v. Gore

Matthew Doig
Network Investigations Editor, USA Today

The panelists will discuss the following points:

1) The truths and myths about the systemic "voter fraud."

2) Do the alleged incidents of voting irregularities justify engaging in recounts and other legal challenges?

3) What are the similarities and differences of the 2000 and 2020 elections, if any?

4) Is the Trump Administration's legal challenge meritorious on its face, and what is the likelihood that he will prevail to overturn the outcomes?

5) What are the roles, responsibilities and obligations of the electors in the Electoral College?

Other "2020 Post-Mortem" series:
Election Outcome and Analysis (Part One)

Why We're Divided, a Redux (Part Two)

The Future of MAGA in a Post-Trump World (Part Four)

New York, - USA

Tuesday, November 24 at 7:00 PM