Constitutional questions mount: Can Donald Trump be replaced on the ballot? — The California Sun

People wait in line to cast their ballots in-person for the November 3rd elections at the early voting Chicago Board of Elections' Loop Super Site in Chicago, Illinois, on October 1, 2020

President Donald Trump’s positive test for the coronavirus set off cascading effects through the chain of government – and raises a raft of constitutional issues should he endure a difficult illness or lose his battle with the disease. The Constitution and laws enacted by Congress provide for a line of succession, as well as provisions…

Constitutional questions mount: Can Donald Trump be replaced on the ballot? — The California Sun
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