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“What he has done is cast a vote in two different states for the election of a president, which on the face of it looks like he’s violated federal law.”

University of Minnesota Law School professor David Schultz, regarding Matt Mowers, a former Trump administration official who is now running for Congress in New Hampshire and who voted twice during the 2016 primary election, once in New Hampshire and once in New Jersey. But not all legal experts agree that Mowers’ actions are a direct violation — some call it a gray area. (Associated Press — April 5, 2022)
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