Two election law 'rock stars' talk about election reform and a possible 'Bush v. Gore II'

, The National Law Journal

They are the rock stars of election law, particularly in a presidential election year. Newspaper reporters, television newscasters and radio personalities seek their input on everything from whether Ben & Jerry's can legally give free ice cream scoops to citizens who vote on Nov. 4, to whether there will be a provisional or absentee ballot meltdown on election day. Life has gone from crazy to crazed just days before election day for Rick Hasen of Loyola Law School and Ned Foley of Ohio State University Moritz College of Law, but we caught up with them for our occasional Q&A series.

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