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Armchair lawyering

Two Republicans with experience in elections litigation who watched yesterday’s hearing said it is difficult to guess which way Oberbillig is leaning, but both agreed that Jones and Ryan have to clear such a high hurdle that it may not be possible to convince the judge to overturn an election.

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