More than you wanted to know about it
Great article! A place where I'm wholly in support of you is the importance of the right of voters, particularly Republican voters, to know as soon as possible whom they can fruitfully select in their primaries. The result of doing justice here isn't necessarily beneficial for Democrats in the general election!
The Legal Eagle YouTube channel does a pretty good job of laying out the unsexy legal questions in a sexy way, but your blog is covering the actual cases in more detail than I'm seeing elsewhere. Good read.
“More than you wanted to know about it” is the EXACT sort of subtitle that get’s a preemptive like before even starting the article!
Plus scrolling down here to the comments section only to see there were SIXTEEN footnotes?! Buckle up fellow readers, we’re in for a treat
Thank you James, for even considering to take this on yourself. But it's better that a well-funded organization with good legal expertise is doing the job.
I’m confused… “David Hann and the Minnesota Republican Party subsequently asked to join the suit on Simon’s side, and everyone agreed to allow it”
Don’t people typically try to AVOID getting sued? Why would someone willingly join in as a defendant in a lawsuit?
You mention hours of the Akhil Amar podcast you listened to (presumably on this subject). Are there specific episodes of it you'd recommend?