Election Assistance Commissioner Don Palmer—member of FedSoc's Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group Executive Committee—co-hosts with AEI’s John C. Fortier the new Voting Booth podcast. The Voting Booth takes on issues of election law and election administration.

In a recent episode, Derek Muller of Notre Dame Law and Rick Hasen of UCLA Law discussed the oral arguments in Trump v. Anderson, where the Court considered the constitutional issues concerning Article 3 of the 14th Amendment and the Colorado Supreme Court's disqualification of President Trump from the ballot as an insurrectionist. The guests discussed the potential for a constitutional crisis if the Court doesn’t address the issue with clarity for the states. 

In another episode, Mark Braden of Baker Hostetler discussed redistricting law and its intersection with election administrators.

Podcast guests frequently include election officials, such as the New Hampshire Secretary of State and the South Carolina Election Director, who joined to discuss the mechanics of the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries.

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