SCOTUSblog is well-known for its non-partisan coverage and analysis of the United States Supreme Court.
In this crazy year of pandemic lockdowns and likely election controversy, SCOTUSblog is launching 2020 Election Litigation Tracker in collaboration with Election Law at Ohio State, to track significant election-related law suits as they wind their way through the legal system towards the Supreme Court.
According to SCOTUSblog:
So if the election is not decided on election night, if it’s too close to call or the loser refuses to concede and instead files a law suit, SCOTUSblog will be locked and loaded to follow the controversies, analyze them, and report.
For local elections, we’ll keep an eye on the Orange County Registrar of Voters and the California Secretary of State. For federal results, you can bet that we here at Orange County Breeze will be following sites like Nate Silver’s FiveThirtyEight.com and, if it comes down to legal challenges, SCOTUSblog&squo;s 2020 Election Litigation Tracker.